Handmade, 1:12 scale miniature food and oddities from IGMA Fellow, Kiva Atkinson
Fantastic!! I'll go to look this blog, thanks for the link!
Fantastic work! but I guess they are in a 1:1 scale?Synnøve
Fantastic!!!!, thanks for the link.besitos ascension
I love needle felted sculptures, always loved felt. Back in college I used to make my own felt and now I have a few sheep, intending to make felt again, but haven't gotten round to it yet. Thanks for the link, her animals are wonderful!
That little robin is incredible! I love the mice too. With clothes! How cute!
Thanks Kiva for the post :-)! Synnove, they're not to scale. I don't think I could work that tiny. You all amaze me with your tiny creations. I found Kiva's site through Patricia from Woolydale's and was blown away by her work. The robin is 4 inches tall as was the little white mouse and the rat was 6 1/2 inches tall. I don't think I've worked much smaller than 2 inches.
Wonderful work, thanks for sharing! Happy New Year! Hugs~ Kim
Robin, you are one of the * best* needle felted artist that I know.... these last work of yours makes me miss felting ...grin...but I am very content where I! I am delighted to visit you and see YOUR gorgeous creations.The texudo mouse is of of this world! LOVE IT! Smiles~
Wow, thank you Robin!! and I agree with Patricia- your work is out of this world and totally jaw-dropping! You bring needle-felting to a whole new level!!!
Totalement fan j'adore! j'ai encore du travail pour atteindre ce niveau;
Your sculptures are sooooooo beautiful and lifelike!!! Can you please tell me how to achieve the legs,feet and bills of your animals, im struggling with those so much.Youre a real artist, i wish i would get half as good ever....i just started, made my 8th sculpture but love doig it.Hope you will share your secret with me.Marion