Sunday, 13 October 2013

Autumn's Child Of Tail And Claw






There was a girl once, she sharpened her claws on trees and ran though field and forest as fast as the wind. When the sun started to drop and tea-time came around she would sigh, hide her bushy tail under a silken frock and claws inside lace gloves...


7 comments:

JJ Beazley said...

And hair to match her tail. She looks proud and aloof - no Governessa's charge this one, I think. As splendidly off beat as ever, Mel.

Yve said...

Lovely foxy girl :o)

Forest Dream Weaver said...

Your work is very beautiful and strangely timeless....on another level!

Thanks for sharing the beauty,
Ruby

Debbie said...

She's beautiful, I have been following her progress on Facebook.
Enid is patiently waiting for her story.

Anthropomorphica said...

Thank you Jeff, she most certainly isn't...

Thank you Yve and Ruby for the lovely comments.

Debbie...it's almost done...

Signe said...

Did I tell you lately that i LOVE your dolls?
Beautiful - and just the right amount of freaky :)

Hugs
//Signe

Anthropomorphica said...

Dear Signe! Thank you xxx