Wednesday, April 15, 2009

The Rag Ocean Friends




Have you Met the Sea Captain Wendell and his Friend Antonia the Mermaid? They are currently for sale on Lemon Poppy Seeds. They met after a typhoon blew Wendel off couse in the Rag Ocean.

10 comments:

RosesRadishesandRubbish said...

What a handsome captain!:) I always love the little stories you spin and these pieces are just great.:) I wonder if Wendell will catch anything else in the "Rag Sea"! LOVE it!:) hugs, Amy

Wildflower Cabin said...

They are so cute! Love the weathered sea captain! He looks like he's sailed many-a-seas! And what a loverly mermaid! You do such amazing work...which reminds me...I must take a photo of Petunia for you! :o) Blessings!

friedel said...

MOM!
you cannot sell these!
They are original fine art pieces!
You need to put together a portfolio!
I'm getting mad now!
laughing.

yours,
little church.

Baggaraggs: said...

Friedel,

Thanks for the Directions, as you know I always listen to you. I love and Miss you so much its making me feel sick. Mooma

Debra said...

Awwww, I hate to interrupt the momma thing-but....is that actually HAIR in the ol' captains ears??!! Of course, I know, but he is fantastic, Baggy.
Wuv, Debra

Baggaraggs: said...

yeh, that's hair alright...you know these grizzly sea captains have a lot of hair in their ears...why...no scissors...No Barbers?

phylliso said...

I love these 2!! I love especially the hair in the captain`s ears,also,how did you do that nose? Paperclay?phylliso

Baggaraggs: said...

Yep, Paperclay over muslin...that's his head...you can't see it but he has a bald spot right in the back where bald spots go.LOL

phylliso said...

Thanks for telling me,I always wanted to make a muslin doll with a paperclay head,but didn`t know how the body would be with a paperclay head,whether it would be too heavy or how to attach it all,phylliso

Julie said...

Hi Robin. I just absolutely love the both of them, I always enjoy seeing your creations. I wish I was a fly in your work room. It has be buzzin in there. The creativity that flow through that room alone must be enormous. Such a pleasure, God Bless,Julie