Thursday, October 18, 2012

Fun Farm Animals

Hello friends!!

There are many things that have been keeping busy these days and  getting ready for Philadelphia Miniatura Show  is one of them.
Few days before I leave, I plan to do a post  to show you my special animals that I have been working very very hard!!!!*grin*
.... nothing you have ever seen before...guarantee!!!***smiles***

Anyhow... I am   doing this post today with animals that will be at my table....I could not resist to take some pictures "all together"  because if they are sold  it is hard to  get pictures like these . I normally sell everything I make  as soon  each one  is done...
There are many detail an hopefully you can see even the ducklings or spot a baby chick.... these are very small  for sure....
click on picture to see enlarged... 
The amazingly detailed milking machine is one of my prides miniatures. It was a commissioned work by the talented Ilona Kraassenbe​rg 
I love , love , love it!!!*grin*


**ps.... for some reason i lost some comments on my last post !:(









16 comments:

Daydreamer said...

Wonderful pictures!!! Your animals are all so Real looking! I LOVE seeing the whole set-up outdoors in the Real world! I wish I could go to the Show in Philadelphia.... maybe some year I will! Your work is Wonderful and so heart-warming!

Christel said...

Wow Pat! If this is just SOME of the animals you are taking to the show, I'm sure everyone will be amazed at your talent! Every single one is just perfect! I think my favorite would be the ewe and her baby lamb..so sweet the way the mother is gazing donward at her baby! There are so many!! I am going to look again. :):) Much Love, Christel

Susanna Zanchi said...

Hello! wonderful farm!!!!

Rosethé said...

une scène magnifique ! Un petit mondeplein de magie, où le loup, le renard côtoient les poules, poussins, canetons, la biche ...
Le bâtiment, les animaux, les outils, tout est très beau. Compliments à Ilona !
rosethé-Minima

Drora's minimundo said...

A big Wow! Your wonderful sculpted farm animals look stunning in these scenes. I love Ilona's milking equipment. You make a wonderful team. Good luck at the show.
Hugs, Drora

Ilona said...

Dear Tita, this scene is so amazing: all your wonderful artworks of farmanimals in and around the barn, like on a real farm :D!! It all looks so realistic. I hope you'll be very succesful on the fair in Philadelphia and good sales :D!!
Thanks for showing the milking machine, it was my great pleasure to design and make this particular machine for you.
Warm hugs, Ilona

Giac said...

Hello Patricia,
Amazing! It must be so wonderful to be able to make such wonderful animals. Your mini world is always so enchanting...and as always some of those pictures you'd swear were real life. I 'll say it yet again, I just love your incredible work and am in awe of your talent.
Big hug,
Giac

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh Tita, I am late because I was so busy yesterday, but this post is so heartwarming for many reasons, BUT THAT LITTLE DONKEY has stolen my heart! THIS IS WONDERFUL and beautifully done. I am thinking of you. Nita

Fabiola said...

Wonderful farm! The animals are so real.
Good luck for the shaw.
Bye Faby

Maria Ireland said...

Wow Wow these are all amazing. I love them all but I have to confess that the little donkey has also stolen my heart :) Fantastic work and Ilona's milking machine is perfect. Wishing you the very best of luck at the show.
Hugs Maria

Janice said...

What a wonderful selection of photos. Thank you for taking the time to share. I am sure you will have a very successful show.

Isabel said...

Que maravillosa granja!! Es un trabajo adorable y fantástico!!!!!Felicidades por él. Besitos

miniacollection said...

You've been very busy indeed. Amazing and stunning work! Your animals look so real and I love the display.. The Philadelphia show will be a success with such animals.
Hugs
Geneviève

Eliana said...

Linda cena de fazenda. Os animais são fantásticos!
Grande abraço, querida.

MALINIK said...

I have to say - I enjoyed so much looking at this pictures, Pat. Amazing
Ina :)

miniamania said...

in a word, great, great congratulations