8.12.2007

Sneak Peek: Blue Pero!


*Blue Pero* Just shy of 6", hand dyed/ aged mohair, excelsior/ polyfil/ encased glass sand & steel BB's (very tactile and nicely weighted), handpainted premium glass eyes, fully jointed with wobble jointed head, handmade baby shirt of soft vintage cotton (removable). OOAK. SOLD!

9 comments:

Melissa & Emmitt said...

I LOVE your bears! Your are a very talented artist!

Melissa
http://www.pugnotes.com
Uncommon Pug and Dog Art

Peng Peng said...

thank you melissa! ps. i heart pugs too :O)

sisleykess said...

Hi Peng Peng, this is the first time that I am leaving my comment on your site. Your bears are very beautiful and unique. I really like your bears, and your story enlighted me. Actually, I was on and off making teddy bears. I do want to be one of the teddy bear artists, but it seems that it would be a long way to me. I do want to know if you sew your bears by hands or by sewing machine. It is because I am currently learning to use sewing machine to sew the teddy bears. It is hard for me cos' I usually sew my bears by hands rather than using sewing machines. Anyway, good luch and take care!

KSedlak said...

Little Blue Pero is just adorable. I love his blue mohair. It's no surprise he would be adopted so quickly. Way to go Peng Peng. Looking forward to another.
Hugs

Kingfisher Farm said...

Peng I love that shade of blue!! And the cotton shift......so cuddly! Pam

natasha said...

so cute. as always. the faces are just adorable.

Lisa of Twin Cubs said...

I love blue bears and this one is a cutie for sure! The outfit is just darling!

Peng Peng said...

Hi Sisleykess, I use both hand and machine to sew my bears. when i started out making bears, i only made miniatures.. entirely hand sewn, but it was too tedious! LOL! Then later i got a sewing machine whiched helped me explore different materials and ideas.
If you love to make teddy bears, then just follow your heart and everything else will fall into place.
best of luck!

sisleykess said...

Thank you very much! Peng Peng, actually, I am currently working on a teddy bear, and I am always working on teddy from 6" and up. I hope I will try for the miniature bear after this one. I really feel excited about it. Wish me luck! I hope I can show you what I have done in the future. :-)