This week was my turn. I thought the class
Looks like everyone had a lot of fun. We created an African Pygmy Falcon Hoop Art,
then a needle felted Western Screech owl on a fiber canvas
A Happy felted Cockatoo
And the wool painted landscape with a 3d tree
Painting with wool is a lot of fun. We realized during this online course on how to paint with wool that a lot of people have the perception that needle felting is just for kids. They were mesmerized by what you can create with a little bit of wool and a barbed needle and how from all angles it will become a beautiful work of art.
I’ve been addicted to needle felting for a long time. My main focus is on sculpting but every now and then I do some wool painting. I’ve set a private goal to do a new wool painting at least every two weeks. I’d like to improve my skills in color blending and details.
Easy to set up the goal, now with everything else I like to make, the challenge will be to find the time.
This wool painted kestrel is a variation of the falcon. Same pattern.
This needle felted parrot is a variation of the Cockatoo wool painting.
We also did a variation of the owl. A pygmy owl