Thursday, February 12, 2009

Go Ahead, Sneak a Peek!

Visit STJ at Midnight, February 13th for more!!

13 comments:

Chicken Lips said...

I don't know what I'm looking at...but I know I'm gonna love it!

Daydreamer :) said...

My guess is a chocolate rabbit and a carrot :D
Hurry - I wanna see - LOL!
Heather :)

Belle Galleries said...

Can't wait to see it! I just know it will be a masterpiece, just like any other creations of yours!

Sonia said...

Love it so far.....always making us smile Lance...good luck..

Smiles,

Sonia ;)

Monkey-Cats Studio said...

I'm seeing a big carrot too...but is it a chocolate bunny or a brown beauty bunny? TEASE!!!
Laurie

Lisa Gatz said...

I like those teeth!

Chicken Lips said...

Just saw the "whole picture" on the new STJ update...awesome! Nick Park would be impressed!

Sweet B Folk Art said...

Big Props on the "inspiration piece!" We watch the Wallace and Gromit movies on a regular basis around here - have you seen the new one? it's on youtube - came out on the bbc Dec 25th - but won't be released in u.s until late march. "Matter of Loaf and Death"

- Sweet B

Malissa said...

Checked it out on SJT! The piece is wonderful. Wallace and Grommit rock! We have seen them all. An Ardman film (Flushed Away)actually inspired me to start sculpting. They have a how to on the DVD extras on sculpting one of their funny slugs from polymer clay. If you haven't seen it you should. Isn't Ardman who puts out the Wallace and Grommit movies? I think so, if not this is a really random comment!
I hope you and Steph have a super romantic Valentine's Day!

Sweet B Folk Art said...

Hi Lance - YES - we have chicken run on video (not dvd - we live in the dark-ages here!)

There is a christmas one too - with reindeer - but I haven't seen it - and I don't know the name of it - do you?

Flor Larios Art said...

yeap! I think so too a chocolate bunny with a huge carrot.
Be back to see it!


ps. Come to my blog I am having an art box giveaway...See you there!
Flor

Janell Berryman artist-owner said...

Just read your note about coraline and the clothes. Isn't it amazing? I cant imagine knitting on such a small scale. Did you like the cat? Curious as to what you thought. J

Janell Berryman artist-owner said...

OH and by the way... Rottentail RULES!!!!!!!!! I have always wanted to do a blue bird of crappyness but never had the nerve ;)