Need a name for this work in progress…

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Decided to make it gold…bear

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Well, I have decided that I am going to put green artificial grass into the spaces of exposed chicken wire in this creature…I’d put real grass, but I fear that my cats might end up eating it all…(Our bengals love catgrass in particular, & B’Elanna will eat hords of it, then I find little stacks of green puke in unexpected places…) I have ordered some artificial green grass from West Virginia that is actually made from hair…

5 thoughts on “Need a name for this work in progress…

  1. This design is wicked! You obviously know how to keep a
    reader entertained. Between your wit and your videos, I was almost moved to start my own blog
    (well, almost…HaHa!) Excellent job. I really loved
    what you had to say, and more than that, how you presented it.
    Too cool!

    1. Funny, you know, compliments like yours are rare & I had to go back & look to see if my work was worthy…Sometimes I forget that I am not bad at this stuff…Thanks for the reminder…I really need the support…The emotional support…This work of art has been difficult for me…The raccoon I had picked up off the side of the road was a slightly different look than ones we are used to…Longer nose, no markings really, brown colour, I had troubles deciding whether to present it as I saw it or change it so people would know what it was…I stuck with the truth…It really looked more like a wolverine…If I call it “raccoon” I fear I will get a list of artists telling me what a raccoon looks like & mine is wrong…Then I will have to explain that the one I tried to rescue was a crossover species…It will be a conversation…hence my confusion about what I should eventually title it…For now I am still applying more mosses (sponge in green) & grasses (hair in green), so maybe that will bring forth a new name…feel free to contribute title thoughts along the way…I deas welcome here…Thanks for writing…Compliments always welcome too! Sari Grove

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