Doodle House!

Lisa has challenged us to doodle our art this week at Step Outside Your Box Saturdays, which is really no hardship at all. I’ve seen Crissi and Hermine’s and they’re awesome. We had a small drama late yesterday evening – involving the child – and I needed a distraction to calm my nerves, so I did this (thank you Lisa, you helped me not to break anything other than my mood!).

She hears the Wolf call....

I managed to incorporate one of the clay discs I made using Third Coast RS artstamps in the Celtic series… I love the wolf howling at the full moon and of course, those wonderful, captivating, all-seeing eyes remind me of the Goddess within all of us… I like that a doodle can produce something like this. The two teardrops are a leftover from my teens when I used to draw an eye or a pair of eyes and doodle a whole scene inside a tear… but that was a long time ago!

Now, to combine a stencil, a doodle and a handcarved stamp…. hmmmm, I seem to be setting myself challenges! 😉

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12 Comments

  1. wow Rosie this is fantastic i love the disc’s you made it really sets the piece off.

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  2. This one looks soo great !!! :))))) Its fantastic !!

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  3. Lu

     /  April 13, 2008

    This is beautiful

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  4. This is really intense. I like it.

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  5. Fabulous!! gorgoeus colours, love the white highlights.

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  6. Beautiful. Love it.

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  7. I really love this Rosie it is fab

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  8. Love it, the eyes really give the house lots of depth.

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  9. Wow Rosie really love the eyes > Love the colours its really atmospheric. Love it loads and loads

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  10. Sandy

     /  April 14, 2008

    Boah wow this is brilliant. Stunning house. Love it.

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  11. Rosie – I can’t think of any words to say how fab this is – where did you get the howling wolf from? Its a stunning piece of work

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  12. barnie

     /  April 20, 2008

    Oh, I love your house. Wonderful doodling. I’ve still never tried…..

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