Thursday, March 27, 2008

Prehistoric or Hot Glue?

Who knew what fun hot glue is to work with? I had no idea to that amoeba-like-shapes would come out of the end of a glue gun. The background paper is a paper towel with rust and coffee drippings on it. This piece is another challenge I took on the textile challenge yahoo group. Thanks Carol for the nudge!

Quotes: Consistency is the last refuge of the unimaginative.
Oscar Wilde

4 comments:

Cathy W said...

Wow! truly unique -- and quite well done, too.

Anonymous said...

Terrific piece Gail...and your rusted coffee paper sets it off really well.
I'll have to have another try!


MaureenC

http://maureenc.wordpress.com

Val Foster said...

These are very, very cool Gail. How creative, to use hot glue for something like this. Thank goodness I know where my hot glue gun is. This is something I should try soon. Love the rusted background too.

MargaretR said...

I can see two birds here an eagle type of head with a beady eye and another frightened little bird. I think they might be arguing about who is going to eat the jelly fish in the bottom LH corner.
A lovely piece!