March 27, 2013

Witless Wednesday...



The anatomy of a branch.  More, after the jump...





plus the bits the branch was made from  - a mix of painted paper towel, fabric, and painted lutradur:



and as an added bonus:


Bird detritus.  :D

See  you on Friday with the finished bird!

Kit 120

Linking up with The Needle and Thread Network for WIP Wednesday - check out what the Canadians are up to. :)

9 comments:

Living to work - working to live said...

Sorry to hear you suffering spam! Me too! But I am tolerating and deleting it just now.

I love the detail of this branch.

Hilary

Threadpainter said...

Gorgeous !!! Great presentation, too !

Margaret said...

I love to watch the process, Kit. :-)

Shannon said...

Thanks so much for showing all those pictures of your branch in progress. I think I would probably stopped after two or three and always wondered how come my branches looked flat. It's wonderful to know your branches go through all these stages, and see how much work and how many different steps it takes to get them looking so good. You're so kind to share the process!

LynCC said...

Wow, Kit!! So fun to scan through the process photos of the branch work. Love your works :)

Linda Kittmer said...

I love the detail you put in these birds! Looking forward to seeing the finished piece on Friday. BTW, you might want to check my post today...I've mentioned you! http://lindakittmer.blogspot.ca/2013/03/liebster-award-for-cool-blogs.html

Beth said...

Love your branch but my fav was "bird detritus" Too cool!!

elle said...

Thanks for all the process pictures. An amazing branch!

Regina said...

Thanks for giving us an idea how you go about creating your wonderful pieces!

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