Pork In The Trees

 

One of my favorite scenes in “The Lion In Winter” is the argument Katherine Hepburn has with Peter O’Toole which ends with her shouting “There’ll be pork in the trees by morning!” I mention this because I’m planning to base my Progressive tree block project on that scene.

The first collection of fabrics that I chose didn’t quite work, so I went to plan B. The first design I chose didn’t quite work, so I went to plan C.

The tree block project in progress

The tree block project in progress

The first paint treatment I chose was based on a pig cookie cutter. Turns out that was too clunky.

These little piggies won't fly

These little piggies won’t fly

The second treatment used a simple leaf with subtle enhancement from a fine-line green pen. Turns out that was too subtle.

A shy pig

A shy pig

The third treatment uses more colors of paint and bolder enhancement with a medium-line black pen.

Waiting for the pigs

Waiting for the pigs

I guess my next project is going to be based on Goldilocks and the Three Bears, with the third choice that is just right.

Luck and wisdom!

 

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2 Responses to “Pork In The Trees”

  1. jkroyce Says:

    I love the little piggy peeking out from behind the branch (shy piggy).

  2. Thea Says:

    me too! that’s a cute little piggy!

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