Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Quilled peacock



        For me the most difficult part with a big project is getting  it started, especially when  I am given as much time as I want  . I was asked to make a quilled peacock for a children kindergarten school almost a month ago. I took a free digital image of a peacock as a model for this quilled peacock . I made the feathers same as I did while making my earlier peacock ,except the tail in my earlier version was double layered. Although it took me many hours to make feathers for the tail and then arranging them, I am happy with the final look.
       The peacock is made using 5mm store bought strips , the flowers are made using 3mm pre cut strips. The finished work is A4 size.

Thanks for stopping by , Have a creative day.

22 comments:

Suman Pandit said...

Awesome Suganthi!!Love the feathers and the beautiful color gradations on the peacock body !!

Sylvia H said...

Wow! Stunningly beautiful!

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Cherub Crafts said...

Fantastic and Awesome Suganthi .
the colors are so natural and the
peacock looks stunning!!































































Eliza Art said...

Very, very beautiful peacock, greet, have a nice week

Sathya said...

Just Fabulous...Each version of peacock is a kind of beautified ones only to my eye...All ur versions are very pretty indeed :)

Pritesh Dagur said...

Beautiful :)

viji said...

Created peacock by you is more beautiful than the original peacock.
Very pretty.
vijayalakshmi.

Helen said...

another stunning one!

DreaMe said...

I love every detail of your creation - amusing one <3

Nágela said...

Absolutely fabulous!!!
Cheers!

Reusing with Quilling said...

Its Magnificent !

sujatha gowri said...

Very beautiful suganthi

paperzen said...

Beautifully done Suganthi! I love how you used subtle color differences because it makes it look like the metallic reflection of a peacock's feathers.

Shylaa Shree said...

such a beautiful work suganthi mam

Divya S said...

wow.....beauty !!

Ann Martin said...

Beautiful and how nice for the school children to be introduced to quilling this way!

Nati said...

Wow!!!beautiful!!!

AishB said...

Wow.. the peacock looks really beautiful.. I'm a great fan of your quilled works, love the way you play with colours :-)

anandhirajan said...

realistic feathers
as usual it is eye catching
anandhi

aureliaeugenia said...

Your love for quilling reached a very high level!Stunning work!

Dhiyana said...

Wow!!Beautiful Suganthi... Eye catching