Friday, February 26, 2010

Mr. Blue


Here's a little bluebird that I finished today. He's just 3 inches tall and is a little larger than life-sized.  His auction should start on eBay this Sunday at 6:45 pm PST. The reserve price is $135.00 and his Buy It Now is $220.00. It's a bit lower since he doesn't come with any extras.

9 comments:

Jeanie said... [Reply]

He doesn't need extras with that face!

Stacy said... [Reply]

I like this work. Your detail is amazing. I notice you use other materials for beaks and feet. Could you tell me what that is and if you use a wire form when constructing the bodies? Thank you and it is a great work.

Robin Andreae said... [Reply]

Thanks, Jeanie :-)!
Stacy, I use Apoxie Sculpt for the beak and feet. I don't always use a wire frame. It just depends on the piece. I did for this one.

The House Of Genista said... [Reply]

He's beautiful Robin and doesn't need any extras, he's perfect as he is!
Hugs
Hillary

Rabbit Liza said... [Reply]

Mr. Blue looks great...You maneged to put a look of intrest into his eyes and head position :-)

Rascal Rescue said... [Reply]

Amazing....I tried doing some needle felting once....how the heck did you learn this! I have never seen anyone else's that are so realistic and detailed!!

Robin Andreae said... [Reply]

Thanks everyone!

Rascal Rescue, I found out about needle felting on the internet while doing some research for a painting that I was working on. I ordered a kit from Winderwood Farms on eBay. It was pretty much trial and error with a lot of poked fingers and broken needles. I think my familiarity with wildlife painting has really helped. I'm also very critical of my own work and very persistant. I think it helps me to continually improve.

Rascal Rescue said... [Reply]

Well you certainly taught yourself well!! You should be giving classes!

Robin Andreae said... [Reply]

Thanks Deanne :-)!