Janne Robberstad

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Creative day 4

By spotogspindel | October 26, 2009

On my fourth day of ARTING with Michelle, we started out at sea! (Or, she´d already been up a couple of hours by the time I was awake, working on her new clock-designs.)

But anyway, my Dad and Axel took us out to the open sea, with 180 degrees of ocean-horizon around us. 2 meter waves, but we got some lovely pictures of the waves breaking over the islands.

Michelle

Adding more color to our figures. Michelle´s Blue-Bear…

Michelle at work

How adorable is this!?!!!

MichellesBlueBear

… and my dog finally made it on the wall. Underneath Athena. 

ghost of a dog

I worked more with the eyes, and like them a lot better today.

IMG_4496

Michelle´s lovely lady…

MichellesLady

And my guy with a bad-hair-day… The hair is a piece of seal-fur I had lying around. Don´t know exactly what I´m gonna do with him. Add a fur-boa, and let him join the cabaret?

eskimo

We both think working in this medium is very fun, and have plans to explore more of it´s potensial. I already started making a Late-bird. (I didn´t want an Early-bird)

Late-bird

Ok. Back downstairs to keep on ARTING!

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3 Responses to “Creative day 4”

  1. Inger-Marie Sæverud Says:
    October 26th, 2009 at 01:22

    Janne, I love your blog, it’s so colorful and inspiring! I’m checking in almost every day to see if you have any new posts, and you usually do. Looks like you’re having great fun with Michelle. Looking forward to see what’s next! Best wishes, Inger-Marie.

  2. indigorchid Says:
    October 26th, 2009 at 05:13

    Oh, I agree – so colorful! So.. what exactly are the materials you’ve used for the animals and the flat/textured paintings? Clay? Just ordinary clay? And, maybe more importantly, what kind of paint are you using? I’m so curious – the effect is fantastic!

  3. spotogspindel Says:
    October 26th, 2009 at 09:35

    On the pictures we´ve used plaster (sparkel) on watercolor-paper. And the animals are a paper-maché-clay. We bought it here at the local hobby-shop, the brand-name is DAS. And on bothe we painted with acrylics. More or less watered down. But water-color could also be used.
    And thank you both, I am glad you are liking my blog! 🙂

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