Crone update

My muse is a fickle mistress... well, ok - perhaps my muse is just a might cranky!

It's no wonder, I keep throwing more and more projects her way.
Sometimes an idea is so strong that the art piece practically makes itself, other times not so much.
The Cranky Crone is there, in my mind, kind of grumbling around in the back - amongst the dusty debris. I know that eventually she will waddle up to the forefront, its just a matter of time.
Meanwhile, I have been collecting ideas and supplies;
An old Edwardian jacket - too ripped and torn to be worn
A vintage Halloween costume, not sure if I will use the whole thing
or just that yummy Green ruffle.
Ok - so the crone has her shoes picked out - isn't that the most important thing?
Gnarly hands - worthy of her "Crankiness"
The beginnings of a face. Can't tell if that is a grimace or a smile... or a bit of both.
I have also been sketching, Madame Crone is to have a backdrop.
I am guessing Lori has made more progress on her Cranky Crone
Visit her blog
to see how her piece is progressing.
Come back and visit us again in March for the big reveal.


*retro-rudolphs* said...

Lady, I can't wait to see how the clown costume works into your piece!


Shes Off Her Rocker said...

Wicked good so far lately,..I love to see how you have collected bits and parts,...I love doing that too! Hey just today whilst dremmeling warty jacks on the deck,.. I was thinking about trying a witch face. With a real hooked and pointy nose! Looks like you have GOT though, and got it right!! You should be so excited! I can't wait to see it!! Go B!! Love the vintage costume!

Len said...

It is starting to look very interesting. That Edwardian jacket is really a great piece.

Deborah Adams of Possible Impossibilities Studio. Long Beach, California. said...

Looking great and lovet those knarly hands! I can just hear the cackle now! lol
~ Deb