More Seedpod work

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The end of January is quickly approaching and more progress is happening on Anna’s page. I hadn’t actually read through the introduction page since opening the package…..and WOW, I’m so horribly off topic from what it was supposed to be. Edible Plants! Eat Me is the title! What happened in my brain??! These are seriously NON EDIBLE examples of flowering plants. Anna, my deepest apologies for screwing up this page and making it almost a year late in moving forward. Maybe some bug eats iris plants???? I need to do a little checking on google.

Anyway, the page is progressing with pencil, micron pen, water color and colored pencil.

hmmmm….. hoplia callipyge might be my answer. Yes, a bug that loves eating this plant! 🙂

Published by paperstew

I'm an artist in Albany Oregon focusing on paper and natural objects for inspiration.

6 thoughts on “More Seedpod work

  1. That is so funny! When I saw your previous post I was wondering where the edible bit came in, but felt sure you had it under control – the bug will be perfect, a great way of doing it! The drawing is looking so beautiful I would be happy regardless.

    1. Didn’t make the mental deadline, but hopefully will get it completed by Monday. The bug addition has made for more thought. Hope you’re enjoying the cold shift to London! What a weather swap!

      1. Yes, you’re right, it was an orchid I was thinking of, but not vanilla, I didn’t know that about vanilla pods! I was thinking of the fox testicle orchid from turkey which is used to make an icecream called Salep 😀

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