oh my gosh SORRY I keep accidentally reblogging things that I mean to put on my personal blog on my art blog instead??? Not sure why it’s been doing that lately. I’m going to try my best to keep it from happening again but sorry in advance if it does!
I love seahorses so much because they hug each other with their tails and pull each other around by the tail and I just think that’s the cutest thing ever
messin’ around with gold leaf & making myself sad about bioshock infinite
Songbird, Songbird, see him fly;
drop the children from the sky.
When the young ones misbehave,
escorts children to their grave.
Never backtalk, never lie.
Or he’ll drop you from the sky.
still trying to figure this gal out! she’s a necromancer of some sort
Painting for the prompt “transition.” This painting is going to be the first of a 4-part series.
A little something I decided to make around October/November last year but haven’t been able to get good photos of until now (we tend to get snow pretty early here & that doesn’t work well for photographing little needlefelted white objects). Most of our snow melted earlier in the week (although it’s back again today) and I was finally able to get some good shots!
This little skull is needlefelted out of what I believe is white wool roving, and is roughly the size of the palm of my hand. When I was making this I was referencing photos of crow skulls, and even though it’s not 100% anatomically correct I’m still pretty happy with how it turned out!
A little over a week ago I finished playing Bioshock Infinite, and I haven’t been able to stop thinking about it since. It was a fantastic game and I highly recommend it. Wowee.
In-game there were these (absolutely adorable) versions of one of the most fearsome “enemies” in the game, the Songbird. Songbird is Elizabeth’s Big-Daddy-esque guardian.
I wanted to get my hands on one SO MUCH, but Irrational Games hasn’t decided to make that available as merchandise (yet???) so I took matters into my own hands.
The little guy in the photoset above is a miniature needlefelted version of Songbird, modeled after the Songbird plushies above.
He’s a little roly-poly and has a tendency to roll over onto his back once in awhile, but I’m pretty happy with how he turned out & I hope you guys like him too! uwu