Thursday, July 23, 2009

Creative Space July 23,2009

Rocks. Specifically an Inukshuk (photo is from a stocksite as I can't find the photos I wanted to use). This is for Jeanette's rock challenge. I am debating on wheter to follow Jeanette's lead and do this in pointillism, but not sure if it would get done before the deadline and I really do need to work on my Halloween dragons (which is going to take awhile too). If I do decide to go the dotty route I don't think I will be doing it as big as the work she is working on. It looks gorgeous, but I think Mr.F will commit me when I start blubbering about all the dots :p

And I need to finish this little bracelet if I can untangle the cow :/ First the powertools and now my crafting supplies. Worse then a kid :p

This is number 16, how many more to go? lol :p I have been posting the photos over on my Livejournal as it was looking a little empty :)

6 comments:

Serena said...

i've decided not to commit to any more challenges for a while apart from my EDM sketches, photo group and weekly mantra cards. i barely get any of my regular painting done as it is. i guess having four kids at home doesn't help either. i admire people who can keep up with it all.

june at noon said...

I didn't even see the cow at first. What a funny tangle! :)

Laura said...

Your cow is so cute :). I think I shall have to plan a cow-napping mission!

Kirsty said...

I love a challenge. Push on I say.

Teresa Mallen said...

Pointillism eh? Humm, I would definitely be working small on that! LOL No matter the method, I look forward to seeing this develop.

Jennifer Rose said...

Serena- I don't keep up with it all lol I wish I could. and it is hard to balance the challenges with the work you are supposed to be doing. At least you have 4 kids that can help with the housework if needed :)

thanks for visiting june :) he does blend in pretty well

:o oh no! don't take the cow, I can't find another one! ;) (no really I can't :/ and I wanted another one for my bag)

thanks for the encouragement Kirsty :)

thanks Teresa. I did start small, but now I am thinking I should have used the biggest paper I have....