I met a woman at the Farmers Market Think Spring show who was interested in owls. It was coincidental that I have recently been thinking about doing an owl. So, this is what I came up with. I strayed from my normal muted tones with his eyes. At first I wasn’t sure I liked the bright yellow, but I think it works.
I tried my hand at frame painting with this one. I used a red undercoat and then sort of smeared the black paint over the top. After it dried I used some tinted BriWax. I enjoyed both processes.
Hello to all my punchneedle friends. I don’t know where the time went since my last post. I hope you missed me during my hibernation. Here in Michigan we are hoping the few inches of snow that fell on Tuesday will pass for the St. Patrick’s Day storm that we expect every year and the weather will warm and carry us into spring.
I’ve been enjoying a new punching energy as I prepare for a show at our Farmers’ Market this Saturday. Let me share some pictures with you.
This is my second time punching Lori’s sweet little piece. I was fairly new to punch needle (as well as new to Valdani) the first time. It was interesting to see the difference in my punching from the first attempt to the second.
The above is a little doodle I drew up myself. It is shown with a beeswax lamb.
One more bunny. This one is mine too.
Thanks for visiting me here at Yooper Trails. Keep on punching.