Sunday, 20 January 2013

Losing sight


I sometimes get so distracted and definitely lose sight of what I set out to do. I promised you a tutorial about some whimsical stuff. I started and then lost sight.

 I seem to get so distracted with what ever the wind blows my way and then I don't finish what I started in the first place. I want to blame Lottie for it but she has a big pair of glasses so she never losses sight.


Please be my glasses and help me out. What would you like me to teach you most in this promised video and which of the above Lotties would you like to own as a soft doll. 
Glasses or no glasses?

13 comments:

A Magical Whimsy said...

You are such a dear! I adore your dolls and your artwork. I think a video which shows how you paint your doll faces on cloth would be amazing. The glasses are cool, but I like the doll without the glasses...they seem to take away from her own amazing personality! Are you serious?!! You are going to give away one of your dolls!!! I like her without the glasses.
Hope this helps!
Smiles ;)
Teresa in California and in Cloth and Clay and the Trodden Path ning sites
my blog:
http://amagicalwhimsy.blogspot.com/
The announcement for Lisa Swifka's 'Our World Our Art' is on my blog post with a link on my right side bar.
Cheers!

A Magical Whimsy said...

Oh, and here is my email, just in case!
tscat@sbcglobal.net
XO
Teresa

Kathy, PaperPumpkin said...

No glasses...so I could hug her better...!
Your art always makes me smile. Thank you for the bright Happies whenever she visits here... Hugs, kath

Auroran Lauriel said...

Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhh!!! I love Lottie with glasses! So cute :) I vote the doll with the glasses. Hmmmm . . . what would I like to learn? Well, first of all, I'm sure whatever you choose to teach I will love and learn from. I think how you sew your dolls would be awesome. You don't have to reveal the pattern for your cute dolls, but maybe a general tutorial for how to make a doll out of our own characters? Or just something along these lines.

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Jenny said...

Oh my gosh Manon... Lottie is so darn cute with those glasses... what a sweetie... I would love to see your video... no matter what you taught...

Jenny ♥

Kim said...

i adore all your dolls but would love to own the one with glasses! As far as vids, I would love to see how you create your faces and their wonderful expressions!

Catherine Constance said...

I need some of those glasses too... :)

Marijke van Ooijen said...

Lieve Manon,

Meis ik wil het zo graag begrijpen wat je bedoelt te zeggen...maa rik snap er niks van..!
En dan ben ik niet eens blond hahaha...
Mijn Engels is niet al te best..dus ik dacht dan maar vertalen met de vertaalmachine...nou toen snapte ik er helemaal niks meer van haha...ohhh...wat erg ben ik he?

Misschien dat ik het een beetje begrijp...volgens mij weet je niet waar te beginnen, en wil je heel veel doen en komt er niks uit je handen...bedoel je dat?
Of heb ik het helemaal mis..?

Je popje met bril is heel schattig in ieder geval..en ik bekijk de dingen vaak door een roze bril...heerlijk vindt ik dat ..

Dag lief kind..
Marijke

Bev said...

Any type of painting video i would love on cloth would be nice too and without glasses i get sick of wearing mine lol sending hugz to u and Lottie.... she always makes me smile ...
hugz bev

Tammie Lee said...

i agree, whatever you would like to share with us. i remember a video you did once, live.... it was wonderful to watch you create and to learn from you... and it ended with a glass of wine, or time for wine, which was my time for wine too :-)
little Lottie is so cute.

Julie-Ann Bowden said...

Hi Manon, wow going to teach, so cool! You'll be awesome at it! I love how you develop you patterns! Maybe idea's on how to think about pattern making in with your beautiful doll art! Thank you so much for your beautiful comments too, so nice to see you :D <3

Introverted Art said...

She is so cute Manon and super trendy ;-)