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Current Residence: Good Ol' Block-of-flats Favourite genre of music: ROCK! Operating System: Good Old Windows. ^^' Favourite cartoon character: Puss in Boots =^^= Personal Quote: Silence is Gold. Duct tape is Silver...
Favorite visual artistRebecca Guay, S. Puimun-Law, Quinton HooverFavorite moviesPossesion, Jane EyreFavorite TV showsBonesFavorite bands / musical artistsIron Maiden & Blind GuardianFavorite booksPossession: A Romance, Jane EyreFavorite writersWilkie Collins, Charlotte Bronte, A.S.Byatt,Favorite gamesREAD BOOKSTools of the TradeSilk, rice paste and tweezers
Well, few people know that among all chrysanthemums my favorite is a chrysanthemum called a spirder mum. It has long, very narrow petals, and usually if I made it, it was in a version of wired cord.
Yet today I am proud to present a completely new (to me at least) type of mum - chrysanthemum made from classic petals, properly cut to be long and narrow. Each petal has been placed on a wire with so it can be almost freely bend.
I used hitokoshi chirimen, although I think ordinary silk can work too with the right amount of patience.
Spider Chrysanthemum in this version is very time consuming and requires a lot of fabric, but the effect is worth the effort?
October wouldn’t be October without some chrysanthemums (kiku in Japanese). This is a classic chrysanthemum, a design inspired by hair pins worn by senior maiko. Yellow is a classic color for them and it’s hard to resist its pompous glamor!
To prove that I haven't died yet and that I can create compositions made from many different elements I made this little alien of a lily. As a matter of principle, I've used pieces of 1.5 to 1.8 cm, which makes the pin extremely small and delicate.