Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Bunny WIPs

They aren't much yet....just heads on body forms, no arms or feet to speak of, but I thought I would share with you that the bunny "wabbits" are coming next month. They will all have a smile, of course, and baskets with eggs and stories to tell so as I mix clay and watch the little faces evolve I'm having a thought that I need to make one big Easter egg piece of some sort. Hmmm.....the wheels are turning.

Not to worry, the vampire wabbit is a vegetarian too, just like all of my good little vampires and counts.

Stay tuned...more to come!

Have a great day!


sUz said...

looking great laUrie! i really love their ears :)
hUgs, sUz :)

William Bezek said...

Ha! Bunnicula strikes again! Cute.

Sycamore Moon Studios said...

I love these already!

snippetgirl said...

OOOOH, can't wait to see these finished! I love your creative twist on every holiday. Genius!

Kim Hardt Originals said...

Look great so far! Can't wait to see them all done!

paynterfamily4 said...

Laurie - love all 3 - can't wait to see the finished trio - I especially love the 'rabbid' vamp!
Too cute!


Phillane E'lee said...

Too Cute Laurie,
as always. I think the Count is my favorite and he isn't even dressed yet. I hope he has spots! LOL

Jorge de Rojas said...

hippity hop hop! Girl slow down I gotta catch up! Can't wait to see how these turn out.

Laura Haviland said...

Oh my goodness Laurie,first time to your blog and I love it. I will be enjoying following your art journey big time. I love your blog name how cool is it. I will be visiting lots. Awesome art work, thanks for sharing. Happy New Creative Year. Hugs, Laura.
Fabulous !!!

Monkey-Cats Studio said...

Thanks Suz!! Making the ears is my favorite part of making the wabbits...I mean rabbits.

You've got that right a bunny with fangs!

Thank you Theresa! Congratulations on ADO!

Thanks for stopping by know me, I like a Halloween twist added to pretty much any holiday!!

Thanks Kim...I have one completed in clay now and I'm still working on details on the others. Never enough hours in the day!

Thank you Traci...I think he is going to be a fun piece to paint! "Dracula in Pastels"

Thank you Pea...I need to stop by and see what you are up to!!!

Jorge...slow down?!!! Look who is talking you paper mache making wonder!! So glad to see you back after the holidays and those new pieces are going to be wonderful (as always)...go Jorge!!! Your teapot is talking to me........

Laura--welcome to my crazy world!!! So glad you found my little blog and for finding me on facebook as well!!

Have a great weekend all!!!