I like all the the different view points. The inside the house,the grass level, the turtles home, and the pipes. Lots of nice layers.
Oh, Debbie, this is good!!! I am still thinking of my Illo Frid idea. Thank you for your kind comments on my dogwood tree! love your blog!
Thanks for stopping by Debbie. I love this underground studio! What fun things you could see - almost reminds me of those ant farm thingys! Splendid idea!
Wow! an underground studio, lots of great ideas would be found there, i bet! cute idea!
Hello Debbie, thank you very much for your comment on my blog! the drawing represents somewhere on earth :P many thanks for passing by!Mafalda*
that would be an AWESOME studio.
nice, thanks for stopping by, and yes, grandchildren are fabulous!
Great concept! Thx for visiting :)
Hi Ms. Debbie,I posted a question on your hypertufa head. Just found your blog, it's cool. You still into HT? The blog was old, so I thought I would intro myself here, take care!Clinton
totally fun and that really would be a super awesome studio view
I loved the idea!
Hi Deb,Thanks so much for visiting my lil' blog. Yes, that's all done with a special cement that I mix myself. I travel with my boss (the wife;))anywhere in the USA to do this kind of work. It took me a few years to figure it out, but I think I got it?! :-) I also use concrete stains/dyes for the "stone" effect using different types of applicators for the hopeful look of realism in my projects. I just started hypertufa a few months back (made a few pots), but nothing as exciting as your Easter Island head. That's an awesome piece of work! I would love to see it's moss growth in a pic when you have time. Hope we can share ideas and tips in the future. Take care & have a creative day...Clinton
Ah! Another checkered floor! Love all of your critters. You really want an underground studio? Interesting! Thanks for your kind words and for following my blog!