17 July 2007


above my umbrella...
...are nine stormy grey clouds. they drifted in through the office window and demanded that i make them some new raindrops as they are all rained out and are running on empty. not what is a girl to do? send 'em out with no drops as i would like to see the sun for a few days or give her little friends some fuel? well i think the little devils will be getting some raindrops tomorrow after i have sewn at least fifty four of the raindrops together. the minimum amount so at least there is the option to give at least six drops to each cloud. i think i may give one at least nine drops i fnot twelve and see what it looks like. i am going to try and create something new this week as well. get the old doodle brain storm spider diagram going.
the pledge of work is going well although i ain't doing 2D work as such, i am still working at the desk of doom sewing away. i have been quite productive this week so far and it is only Tuesday. i have done some promotional work if you could call it that. more like a step in the right direction-trying to get the ladysnail name out there and get more involved in the art scene that is in and around Manchester.

5 comments:

Draw-a-rama said...

these would make fabulous mobiles ; )

inspector_marmalade said...

oh yeah mobiles! thats a great idea! do u think it would work to have one with a little thunderbolt in the middle and two raindrops either side? sorry giving you more work to do but its might be cute ^_^

ladysnail said...

when i first doodled these out i did draw a couple with thunderblots mixed in with the raindrops but never drew it out as a final design but left that idea on the to-do list for next time. dx

natural attrill said...

I had lunch in Manchester City Art Gallery cafe today, and had a look in the shop, have you tried showing them your work?
Penny.
x

Catherine said...

Wow all these latest bits of work are fab. I love the idea of a raincloud mobile (I was going to suggest it too!) The fish on the box are great, and they look so neat - I can't paint neatly at all, I don't have the patience!
I think the posties will love your box. :)