A two headed bird and a wolf are finished today.
They are going to Chelsea with some other creatures that I have made.
Ive worked with a more minimal colour palette of dirty whites and blacks and I quite like it.
It was hard at first but now I'm warming to these new colours.
The engraved sheild reads....I am ruined by rain and weathered by wind and still I ask will you want me.
Small china roses decorate the sides,Ive had them for a while and they seem perfect for this little bird.
Also to go down with the bird is a little wolf complete with black mask and ruff.
He stands on a vintage baking tin and this is engraved with......You should always save pain for daylight...
I love this line somebody says it in the film The talented Mr Ripley.
Some things just strike a cord and though its a little dark I do think its lovely.