Under my own steam I had tried needlefelting a hare, with pretty disastrous results, in that I produced a shape that looked well pretty gross. So I went to a needlefelting workshop to learn to do it properly. Instead of trying to mold a suitable body shape, we began with a wire frame, which we did have to create from scratch.We had a very good and talented teacher , just three in her studio, and we worked solidly for six hours. Result… Much Better.
Yes or No? I don’t think 3D needlefelting is for me, but never say never. I’ll stick with landscapes, this one created in a couple of hours at yet another worksop.
Not keen on the sky, but I do like the sparkly sea and the beach.
It’s just over a week since I felted the hare. My hands have nearly recovered, it was hard going. Six hours is sadly too long for me in a workshop. The little grey cells can’t cope.
What next I wonder?