Monday, 10 May 2010

Lucy in the sky with diamonds

I can't believe it, but i'm finally in my last 2 weeks of university!! And today I went in to photograph some of my 3d work :) i thought I'd share my two most recent pieces with you all. Both images are photo's of some 3d, needle felted sculptures I made, based on the beatles song 'Lucy in the sky with diamonds.'

The first image is based on the first verse of the song, showing tangerine trees, and the girl with kaleidoscope eyes :) the second is from the second verse, based on a rocking horse person, some very tall green and yellow flowers, and some marshmallows! I'll be soooo happy to finish this course :) let the count down begin!


Claire@AreWeNearlyThereYet said...

Clever you!!! The 'girl' (with the kaleidoscope eyes) in the first photo is lovely! The second one would cause great amusement in our house, the boys collapse in fits of giggles at 'BOOBIES!' Well done you, a big party is due in 2 weeks I reckon! xxx

Florence and Mary said...

You are one talented girl!

Victoria x

Alexandra Mason said...

Love your neeedle felted pieces. Hope your last 2 weeks go well. I loved university so much, but it was great to finish :)


Sophie - Chez Sophie said...

They are beautiful & Lucy in the Sky with diamonds is one of my favourite beetles songs.
Enjoy your last few weeks at uni.
Luv Sophie xxx

Crafting in the beach hut said...

These are beautiful, Ness - for obvious reasons I'm quite a fan of this song but have never seen anything like your pretty creations before. The rocking horse person has rocking hair ;o)

Well done - hope you're on for a first in your degree! Enjoy the last couple of weeks, Lucy xox

dosierosie said...

love your work, I do needle felting myself and know the work that goes into it. Good luck.

hapi-ness said...

thanks guys >_< x

Anonymous said...

Such superb work. You are a very talented lady! ... :0)

Shirl x

purplepaint said...

Oh these are fabulous!!! I love Lucy!!! I love the Beatles too! :) Marva

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