|Project by Keith Fenton||posted 09-15-2013 03:21 PM||805 views||1 time favorited||9 comments|
I have designed and cut a couple more wildlife patterns since my last posting on Lumberjocks (see http://lumberjocks.com/projects/83271 ), one of which was this goose.
Sometimes, in cases like this, things just work out right and I wind up with a pleasant surprise when I am finished cutting. The linework that I was cutting from really gave little indication that the finished project was going to turn out so nice. Getting just a little more negative space in the right places inside the main subject does really make a project like this turn out a little better than it would have otherwise. It is also very challenging for me to make backgrounds for wildlife without doing the same thing over and over again but this background was both different and decent looking. So far this has been my favorite design of my “Leaf Bordered” series.
Thanks for looking!
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