Children's illustrator, needle felter and toymaker. Somewhere in rural Shropshire.
I bet he is good to cuddle with for sure.Take good care of yourslef.Hugs,
God I love your work ..... xx
OMG ! I am in love with Sam! Your work is amazing - both sketches and felts.
Thanks so much for your lovely comment. Sam is looking rather cozy and cute!!!Blessings
Sam looks quite nice, take a power nap.
I think that it is a good idea. Sam looks like a loving and cuddly person. May I just suggest that you turn that needle the other way before you settle in, grab a really comfy cubby, and perhaps a small cup of tea, or hot chocolate, and a good book...oh, and a soft down pillow.What could be better other than a soft lullaby sung by a loving person in a very quiet voice? Good night..
I love that little balancing elephant drawing!P.x
Gretel, these creatures you're creating have LIFE! They so don't look like mere toys or sculpures, they have that thing that Maurice Sendak describes as "quickening".
Hi Gretel, is the painting in your previous post part of the book commission? The colours look amazingly rich.
I had to make a ball-elephant after seing that drawing. You can se it on my blogg (eventhough the text is in swedish). But my Elfie can't balance on a ball instead she got ears. Sort of the same... Well, Ireally just wanted you to know you inspired my second felted wool creature.
Oh! What a sweet little guy.
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