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Wednesday, 3 July 2013

What's on Your WorkDesk Wednesday #213. No really, it's #213

I am nothing if not a follower. If Julia tells me it's week #113 that's what I write down. If she said it was week #777 I would follow. Heaven help us it will probably happen! What am I going on about? Well it's Wednesday again when we show off wot we is up to to the world. Unexpurgated (sometimes), entertaining certainly. For all the info go here, read Julia's post and jump in. We won't bite but the project on my desk might(GRIN).
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Not a lot of crafty time this last week but my werewolf head has moved on a tad and here he is taking up most of my desk. I've given him two coats of grey acrylic paint and will add some detailing today. As I am intending to 'mount' him like a trophy for my creepy house display I'm wondering if he needs a lower jaw but I'll see what he looks like first. I hope you are impressed that the rest of the desk is quite tidy (although I am no longer quite sure what is in that purple box, I may have to empty it and have a look).


IMG_0757Here's another little creepy project which I found on the RavensBlight blog. There are some great templates on this site and this one is for a balancing bat. Isn't he neat? I'm thinking I might try the floating candelabra, I think they would look quite cool hanging from the ceiling in my creepy house....... Anyhow, off to visit a few desks before I go out to lunch.

Happy WOYWW!!







13 comments:

CraftygasheadZo said...

Wow your werewolf is taking shape, look forward to it complete. Take care Zo xx 69

sandra de said...

Fab werewolf and it will look amazing when mounted. Looking forward to seeing the progress.
sandra de

Maisie Moonshine said...

Hi Cindy - jeepers you're going to terrify the kids!!!! Your mask looks AMAZING! Can't wait to see the next stage. Thanks for your visit, have a great week. MMx #47

Lunch Lady Jan said...

I love both Wolfie and the Bat! I think you're getting into this Gothicky stuff!! Do you know, I didn't realise I wasn't a follower of yours...I am now! I really like the variety of stuff you work with..as shown in the last three posts of yours. I especially like the photo of you and your mum and sister..what a fab pic!!
Hugs, LLJ 59 xx

Monique said...

Wow your wereeolf is coming along nicely. Love the little bat =).
Happy WOYWW and I wish you a lovely week.
xx Monique #74

Claire said...

LOVE your werewolf!! so much detail and texture!
happy WOYWW and have a blessed week :)
no. 35

Gita said...

That werewolf looks pretty good and so does the bat. Brigita #139

ike said...

Eeeek !!! That is just AWESOME - the werewolf head sooooo rocks !!!!
Great bat project - thanks for showing that :-)
Happy WOYWW

IKE x #30

Julia Dunnit said...

Oh he's coming on a treat My Name Is Cindy..I don't think the jaw will be necessary - it's not like you can't tell what he is! Ain't the balancing bat clever - your Creepy House is really going to be too admired to be creepy!

Ria Gall said...

wow Mr Wolf is a big old fella isn't he I can't wait to see him finished
Happy WOYWW enjoy the rest of your week
Ria #52

The-Butterfly said...

Interesting project! Bet it'll look fab once it's done, wouldn't put my fingers anywhere near it tho ;) #132

Hettie said...

Great looking werewolf but the Bat is awesome. Love bats!
Hugs
xx

Helen said...

Haven't had much time to do desk hopping this week as I started my new job on Monday (woop woop) but I really wanted to drop by to thank you SO much for the lovely lovely gift you sent for my birthday last week, and the card which arrived today. Loved your "non poem" in the middle!! I will treasure it, thank you so much! Helen, 2

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