Monday, July 6, 2009

Doe a Deer

My latest design was painted for a dear friend of my Mum's.
I used Jo Sonja's Artists acrylic paints and added some Texture Paste medium on parts of the Deer's horns.
Here is a close up photo of the deer. Oh, sorry about the blurry picture.

Do you think my son is feeling better? This is what I woke to find on the bench a few days ago. I had a little chuckle to myself and thought I'd share it with you.

The note reads "Big Hole in this, due to poor sewing, nothing to do with being thrown. Thanks" Very cheeky boys!
This is a wheat bag that didn't have a hole in it before I went to bed.
Now, I must teach my son to sew this up.



I Purr-Furr to Craft said...

The deer is just dear! and your son is a corker! thanks for sharing your pictures with us, Your blog is a joy to read

Gail McCormack said...

Love the Deer!! Doesn't the texture paste add to the horns.

Good luck with the sewing lesson - let us know how you go with that one

moncherry said...

Hi Anna,

Sounds like your boys have a good sense of humour!
The deer is amazing. It's snout and especially the eyes look great. Well done!
How many years have you been painting if i may ask?

Ps. didn't stand on the market yet. Let you know how it went (2nd of August)


Sharon said...

Boys can be so cheeky :)
Even my little one knows he may have gone too far...peppercorns all over the floor, but the broken container placed on the bench as he innocently watches TV.
Love the horns on your reindeer. I do miss painting.
Thanks for your lovely comment on my blog.

Artistic Accents by Darla said...

Great deer painting!

Sew Useful Designs said...

I love your painting, Anna! Deer are such graceful creatures aren't they?

Cheeky boys! I love it!!!

Hugs! Vikki xoxo

Tozz said...

Wow Anna your deer is so looks fabulous and what a cheeky boy!! Definately teach him how to mend a hole thats for sure :)