Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Lace Jelly Fish ...Would you like a tutorial?


I made these litte snippets for a really lovely project that is being made by a very creative person that I discovered because she left me a comment. I think I failed to reach out to her earlier, but from the moment i followed her profile to her beautiful blog...I not only was fascinated by her project, I actually wanted to be her.

Shelley Noble is making a movie. A beautiful looking, intensely rich picture poem and it is going to move. Like it is alive. It's called Halfland and and it has captured my imagination entirely.

Happily, Shelley was looking for contributors for her underwater scene.. So in a very small way I did get to play at being her. The detailed puppeteer without strings.

I'll be mailing these to her as soon as I get back from careening across states with my wild teenage artist. We will be leaving guerrilla art souvenirs and sampling as many kinds of pies as we can find. Documenting our progress in polaroid and fisheye lomo along the way.


But should these be a tutorial? Does everyone need some fancy tiny jelly fish and a few less doilies?

16 comments:

Corvus said...

Yes, yes, a thousand times yes!

Christi said...

Please do teach us!

Brook said...

thats cute!

Frippery said...

I must have the secret. I love it!

Lisa said...

It sounds like you are going to have a wonderful time. Love, love, love the jellyfish!

simply_hibiscus said...

much to cute darilng and quite loverly at the same time

ahaha ijust made a fish today ^_^

Sara said...

Soooo delicate and pretty!

Shelley Noble said...

ACK! Bitter Betty!? But but I want to be YOU!!! I can't do all the incredible things you do and all with the patented, un-duplicatable Bitter Betty panache!

I LOVE THE LACE JELLY FISH SO MUCH!~! They are perfect! I thank you with all my heart. They will look amazing floating along with another type of lace jelly that an artist in Italy (!) also made for the undersea scene! Isn't that fantastic?! I'll have a school of lacey fantastics drifting through!

Your grateful eFriend, Shelley

Blaize said...

Yes, please.

peggyfussell said...

Oh yes, goodness I LOVE these jellylace fish! What a wonderful contribution to a fantastic project!!

aniexma said...

Yes, please. Me too!

Anonymous said...

Oh my, I would love to see the tutorial for these!!

theannotatedlife said...

oh. my. god. this is extremely beautiful. i'd love to see a tutorial so i could give it a try!
pretty please!

-nana

ohthecuteness said...

I think it should be absolutely mandatory that everyone have one of these in their house! Yes please for a tutorial!

blair said...

this is the tutorial I've been waiting for! Yes please!

Anonymous said...

a tutorial would be very much appreciated, they are beaut.

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