Wings of Fancy
The idea to make Fairy Wings was likely deep rooted in my love for all things princess/fantasy-like, starting with ponies and barbies at a young age, and maturing from there. I don’t play with barbie any more, though I do occasionally paint a miniature horse or two…
Back on topic, fairies are something of an extension of that “fantasy” era a child goes through. Sparklie, fanciful creatures of mischief and mirth. Bearing the true being of “freedom” with their iridescent wings. Who wouldn’t want to feel like they could just flutter off the ground at any moment? I like to think the love and care I put into making these wings makes the wearer feel like that, just a little.
Tiger Wall Display
Tiger Wall Display Close-Up
Wings in Progress
Wood Nymph Back
Now, in my defense, I did manage to get a large chunk of my New Year Resolutions for 2013 at least mostly done. This year I’m going to sit back on my laurels.
So, over the holidays we had friends over for fun and fellowship. We also had many long, late-night discussions. A few of us set goals for the coming year. Mine had a lot to do with Winterflight, so I thought the best thing to do is post them publicly so … Continue reading
My pink fairy wings in progress.
The wood nymph fairy wings are on the model. Made of real desert willow branches and silk leaves and flowers on a frame wearable with or without straps…
The wings are complete!