Tuesday, August 31, 2010

The worm is still going strong

There are not only dragons. There is also a Bavarian relative. This time again as an ink drawing on paper. I made a few versions of the same topic, something I rarely did in the past. Is it better to develop a motif or does it contain the risk to get bored and drop the project?
What do you think, how do you work? I used to get bored easily, but not this time. I have plans. Wait and see.
The easiest way to transform it is to color the scene, be it by hand or electronically. I'll try both methods. Then it will possibly go on to be transferred to fabric, either drawn/painted, lino-cut (problem: almost no room for printing) or another easy but more expensive way: To be sent to Spoonflower. A large choice! -- The embroidery got stuck somehow. Too many plans, maybe!


jude said...

i always tend to stay with a design and do many versions, but i am doing so many things at once that sometimes that process seems spaced out.

Deborah said...

I think it's fine to have too many plans!

ArtSparker said...

It might be nice to do a black and white version for fabric, I can see that being quite elegant. Oh, and this by itself would be cool on a tshirt.

Eva said...

Susan, it is available as a t-shirt now.