Thursday, July 1, 2010

4th Little Pig - Making Daisy Chains

Little Pig's Bliss - Making Daisy Chains
5x7 inches
Coloured pencils on drafting film
This is the fourth little pig in the series and I'm not sure if I will do more. Sometimes I start so enthusiastically with projects and ideas that enter my head, but then self doubt creeps in, when the image on the paper doesn't quite match what I visualised. Either way, tomorrow marks the start of the two week school holidays, and my husband also has a couple of weeks off, so it is time to devote some time to my wonderful family and to give the art a bit of a break. I will still pop in to see what everyone else is up to, but probably won't be making many contributions myself.
Thank you so much to everyone who takes the time to view my blog and especially to those who leave comments - Hugs to all of you!!! :))


sam said...

Well I love all these little pigs Karen they make me smile especially this one! I definitely think you should keep it up or maybe a similar theme)

Miniature Art by Karen Hull said...

Thank you Sam, for your lovely feedback. I will have a little break and hopefully feel super inspired after that!!! :)

AutumnLeaves said...

Karen, I think this is wonderful too! You can only go as far as the muses take you, however, yes? I always wanted to know how to make daisy chains. Mine always came apart! I so love the genuine love of life this series has brought!

Dors said...

Hugs Karen. Have a well earned break and enjoy your family.
I will look forward to seeing your work soon as always.
I do enjoy your illustrations and the little pigs are no exception.

Wonder work and so inspiring.

Have fun Karen. :D

Miniature Art by Karen Hull said...

LOL Sherry - I actually had to google daisy chains to remind myself how they are made, but I remember spening many an hour as a little girl threading them through each other :))
Thank you for your lovely sentiments Dors - you are a darling and I'm so thrilled to see you on RedBubble xx

Anita Meade said...

These little piggies are super cute Karen - my favourite has got to be the one playing in the autumn leaves.....too cute. Enjoy the school holidays with your kiddos. Here in Melbourne, we're halfway through. So far we're all still smiling :) Look forward to seeing some more of your art after the break. xx

Miniature Art by Karen Hull said...

Thank you Anita - aren't you lovely - I loooove the holidays, but they always go way too fast. Enjoy your last week and thanks for popping by!!! xx