Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Outer Space Adventure!

So, my friend Keith married this woman, Leslie, who is way super awesome and she commissioned me to do a piece for her husband a little while ago. I think I missed the Christmas and birthday deadlines and she was like, "Um...could you maybe get this done for Father's Day?" and amazingly it happened. The concept ideas for this piece were wide and varied ranging from kids in indian costumes to outer space. I chose to go for the outer space option. This is Keith saving his wife and child from an alien attack.

Well, I guess technically Keith, Leslie and Milton are the aliens on this forgotten planet, but still, they don't need to be dragged about in such a way!

12 comments:

NanaBeast said...

I love how your imagination works! This is SO FUN!

Snippety Gibbet said...

This is a lot of fun. I think I like your whimsical snips the best. The other day I googled "scherenschnitte" images. One that popped up was the boy riding a dinosaur or a boy sword fighting a dinosaur. Did you do both? Anyway, I recognized it immediately because I love them so. jan

Cerise said...

Amazing! I love it!

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wp said...

Nice mork!! :) can't wait to see the next one!!!

Kirsten said...

sooo fun!!! we like you. I hope we get to see more.

Snippety Gibbet said...

Hey, Cindy......I was looking at wall coverings today at Target. Two of them looked like they would be your designs. I looked at who made them and it was some design place in Provo. Any chance you did the work?

jan

Jainnie said...

How fabulous! I'm sure they must have loved this piece!!

Mallory said...

This is really cool! I just got into paper cutting, and I am really excited to find your blog.