When Link’s adventure includes multiple masks and one creepy Skull Kid dances and teases around in Majora’s Mask!
“This piece contains a story of beauty, fashion, witchcraft and obsession. When the time came to woo the prince, Ursula put on a show. Transforming herself into a beautiful woman adorned in the best clothing and accessories. This show stopping necklace made from coral, seaweed, pearls, and water contains Ariel’s voice. Why would the sea witch wear a single cursed shell when she can make a stunning visual statement?”
The first knitting project I decided to tackle was the 4th Doctor’s scarf from Doctor Who. While it’s just knitting and purling, it was a lofty project. My, now, husband and I met during a Mile High Who event. It was just fitting that one of the first gifts I let him borrow (silly knitting superstition) be something from the show.
Who doesn’t want to cosplay a Shinigami who loves apples? Om nom nom.
The Totoro dresser has been finished for a couple months and it’s perfect. I’m now about ready to start my next furniture painting adventure (Firefly table).
Well it’s been far too long… I know this but I have a hard time sitting down and stopping everything for a little while to write. My phone is currently in limbo (darn you software updates) And while I should be going to dance class, my blister from dancing at a wedding is killing me so I might just take another day off (this weekend is full of dancing so exercise quota is not really a concern. I just feel giddy to do something active). But back to the real reason I’m here. My art.
A year ago I started this blog 🙂 So to celebrate I’m going to tell you all about Denver Comic Con and my adventures in Cosplaying. By the way… That’s what I’ve been up to. Each week leading up to the conference I was piecing together different aspects of my costume. I’ve also been traveling and what not so my TimberGirl Designs has been neglected 😦
While laying on the couch and too tired/sick to do anything, I realized that I needed to give an update on my Totoro Dresser. I have made progress! All the characters are complete. I just need to design flowers around the top and drawers.
Another completed bracelet! I started this piece over a year ago. It was a very tedious piece that required lots of needles and lots of patience. I ran into a dilemma while working on it. I didn’t have enough crystals to complete the bracelet like that pattern suggested… So I changed it and made it my own! So while there are a ton of crystals all over this bracelet there are suppose to be more. ha! So sparkly!!