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Monday, October 1, 2012

Graphic Quilled Cartoon - Bambi Quilled Picture

I am extremely proud of this graphic quilled cartoon. I usually quill landscape style, that is using basic shapes to create the quilled picture, but I picked up enough courage to try doing it filled Yulia style with strips, but have tried to create my own style and I think it worked!!

I have previously tried graphic quilling Bambi like in this piece but did not have enough confidence to fill it. So this time I just jumped into the deep end and I'm thrilled at the results.
I just tore the strip into short pieces to represent hair and did a bit of bending and crushing to get the hair effect. I wanted it to look a bit curly since Bambi is a calf. Then I followed the normal rules of pencil art and where shadow was required I put in some black.

Graphic quilling tips on how this piece was done is here.

If you like this piece like I do please leave your comments.

Here's a larger image for those who want to see the details of how the strips have been pasted. I have outline bambi first, then pasted short strips to highlight the contours and  have added a few black strips where shadow was needed. the grass is just folded straight and pasted. I used a color image to get the sense of the picture.

19 comments:

  1. Wonderful piece of art it is ! As if you paint.... .with quilling strips..!

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    1. I request you to please turn off word verification option . It gets difficult to comment at times with double word verification.

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  2. Thank for pointing it out. I have turned it off. I too find it a real bother when I try to comment .

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  3. Bamby it really adorable, great work!!!

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  4. so beautiful as always, I love your work!
    Greetings Baukje

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  5. awesome how you did the fur, love it, I dont have the courage to do that, my fill ins are marquise and floded strips !!
    Paula

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  6. Woww....so beautiful, really amazing work! You have a great blog! I'd love if you checked out my blog, and if you like it, can we follow each other? I promise I’ll follow you back <3

    x♥x♥

    "Saúde & Beleza - Health & Beauty"




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  7. Beautiful frame, the bamby is so expressive!
    I have added your blog on my followers list.
    My blog link is
    http://georgiaquillingplanet.blogspot.com

    All the best, Georgia.

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  8. I saw your work and its brilliant. I'm following you already.
    Chris

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  9. Thank you both Suganthi and Annie. I consider both of you to be master crafters so I am truly honored.

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  10. Beautiful work... I always fantasy such work... Wish someday I get time and have the patience to do such great quilling.

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  11. WOW! as a quilling newbie, I am in awe of this amazing talent. I hope someday to reach this level of expertise. Please keep posting your amazing tutorials, do you have a youtube channel?
    Best regards
    Jill

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