A little while back I aimed to blog about something artsy-fartsy I’ve done/tried lately. I didn’t really follow through with that…So this is a late post of how Ms. Bunny from this post turned out.
This was when she was still drying. Ms. Bunny is made of air hardening clay so I just left her outside for the sun and wind to cook up for me. I really wasn’t thinking much when I made her. I just had a lot of leftover clay from one of my old uni projects and thought of using it. Our scissors holder was a bunny so that’s how I arrived at Ms. Bunny.
First coat on!
It took me a long time to do the next stage mostly because I put it off for so long. Luckily for Ms. Bunny, I was weirdly inspired one morning and sat on my bedroom floor for a few hours trying to finally finish her look.
I have so many scraps of fabric (I hoard them under my bed) so it took me another forever just to pick what materials to use. Sometimes I wish I wasn’t like that. I once spent two hours picking a brochure theme for a uni assignment last year (and that was during my cram mode).
Ah anyways Ms. Bunny became Her Royal Bunniness! Ta-dah!
I couldn’t help but begin The Royal Bunny’s afternoon tea photo shoot (carrot not included because I cannot find it haha where is that carrot?!). Made the cake a year ago for art class – sadly the teacup I made was so bad there is no angle that would make it look good, tsk tsk.
I was going for a Maria Clara (traditional gown worn by Filipinas) inspired outfit for her with the attempt to make a pañuelo (piano shawl). I’ve always loved the sheer piña fabric (made from leaves of the pineapple plant) in Filipiniana clothes. Inspirations (images from turtleneck):
Okiedokies, that’s all for now folks. Her bunniness needs her beauty rest.
Any art projects you’d like to recommend?