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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Quilled Picture Graphic Quilling- Blue Bird in A Bower

I quilled this scene or picture of a Bluebird sitting among plum blossoms as long  back as in Oct 2012, but did not get down to blogging it till today.This was my first attempt at quilling a bird using folded basic shapes that resembled feathers, unlike the parrot and humming bird which I quilled using loose coils.

 I have used a photograph of the sky as a background. The Bluebird is quilled with folded 3mm strips to match the feathers. I quilled  Little Robin Red Breast after practicing on this one which came out quite well for a first attempt. I have inserted a white strip to get the shine on the beak. My objective was to get it to look as lifelike as possible.

I have done the leaves slightly differently as I have crushed the strip to get a wrinkled effect. Here's a closer look at the elements.


Would love to know what you think.

20 comments:

  1. Awesome and Gorgeous Quilling .
    thanks for sharing the every bit of details Chris .

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  2. Oh wow !! this looks so amazing ...love the intricate detail you have added to the whole scene ...especially the robin looks awesome !!

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  3. Does look life like . Beautiful quilling.

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  4. Wow ! You have given life to the strips ..and made it look like real feathers n fur of the robin ! I liked the leaves with crushed strips also !

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  5. wow gorgeous, love how you did the bird and leaves, awesome !!!!
    Paula

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  6. WOW Amazing inspiration and it looks even more wonderful because you share your secrets!

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  7. I have no words! So realistic! Excellent technique used!

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  8. Hi Christine
    thanks for your comment on my blog. I could not reply to your comment because you don't have your email address entered but I wanted to let you know that I have followed your blog and loved your work for a long time now.

    Thanks for following my blog too
    Cheryl

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  9. This is absolutely stunning. Love the colors.
    Myrna

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  10. So life like...Very realistic...

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  11. WOW, this is really awesome work! You worked a lot to finish this complex design!!!
    Wish you a great spring!

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  12. It is a beautiful creation. Like the way you have done the feathers and the flowers too. Would look lovely as a wall hanging. Congrats!!

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  13. Very pretty....it really looks lifelike.

    I loved blue bird the most.

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  14. dats awesome do visit ma blog http://twistyquilllingcreations.blogspot.in/

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  15. I really love the technique with the folded feathers. I use the rolled feather shape in my birds and place a cut out of the bird over the quilling.
    Nice work.
    www.quillingbysandrawhite.com

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  16. I am so happy that the internet brought me to your website which has opened up a vast array of information about my renewed interest in Quilling. The designs are thrilling, but your approach to this tedious craft is so very helpful to me. As I learn the outcome is less than perfect. However, you have encouraged me to forgive my stumbling around this craft simply by starting over. Quilling isn't just snow flakes...... Thanks...... I have a lot to learn.

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