Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Teddy Bear Thursday

I have a whole bunch of extra illustrations stockpiled in a folder from another art project I did. They are of the fuzzy-wuzzy variety and I thought they might find a nice home here on the blog. So, how does Teddy Bear Thursday sound?





This is my ideal bear. He's fairly small and super cozy. Though he's in black and white here, I picture him as having a burgundy frame speckled with silly patches here and there. He has paw pads and a chubby belly of tan suede. His eyes are made of buttons and his nose is black velvet. Best of all, his noggin is massive.

More bears (and other sorts of posts) to come!
Kat

4 comments:

  1. Teddy Bear Thursday, a great idea? Or the greatest idea? =D

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  3. Very few of us can say that at one time or another, we didn't have a favorite soft toy; whether it was a teddy bear or a frog, it was a treasured companion. Large plush toys (and even the smaller versions) really are staples of childhood - without them, growing up just wouldn't be quite the same. Besides the Steiff company, which was responsible for the creation of the first teddy bear, there were others that followed in their footsteps that also produced top quality soft toys. One such company, was London based manufacturer, J.K. Farnell. Famous teddy bears

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