Image 3 of Badger Town-
“At precisely two O’clock a rather tall hare hopped into the building. The low ceilings made him appear taller than he actually was.”
Image 2 of Badger Town-
“That day Rowan decided to make a large wooden sign which read ‘I am going to purchase a unique umbrella crafted by the scarecrow. If anyone wishes to join me, meet me in the Bow And Arrow at 2pm today’ “.
Image 1 of Badger Town-
“Out on the main cobbles street of Badger Town, many shops stand proud. Shops of all different types of juicy vegetables and fruit, the occasional vintage style bakery, and many clothes stores directed at specific animals. ‘Tiny Twins’, the shoe shop for mice, and ‘Pheasant Smart’, which is full of waistcoats specifically designed to fit the medium sized birds”.
My job for the Exhibition- Comments box. This is the first idea. A box which can be seen as treasure/ special because we really value people’s comments and opinions of our work. The comments could be written on little white tags and dropped in the treasure box..
And the final arrangement which took many hours of not being able to walk across my bedroom floor! hehe
More frames (Which will all be painted the same colour) And bunting at the top which i may print one small images onto for the show.. still quite undecided because I think there will be enough going on, especially with my collection of models hanging up/ on a standing shelf.
Experimenting with layout of frames for the collections exhibition- I started by looking back at my photo’s of the snowshill manor visit, and looked back at the arrangement of frames which I thought was a really interesting way of presenting work, and decided to have a go at it. This was the first attempt..however I will have 17 illustrations overall, so I needed many more frames to organise…
I loved this map at snowshill Manor! it’s pretty much exactly how i would go about drawing a map! hehe full of animals!
Bleinheim Palace.. full of inspiration for scenery in my story..