Here is Buster in his “natural” surroundings. He made it into the “great outdoors.” And he’d like to share with you some pics from his visit outside. Many of the photos are close-ups of flowers because I think Buster loves flowers even more than me. Please take a look.
Here’s a view of the flowers and grass from above. The base of grass blades took a lot of time to sculpt. I kinda wish that I would’ve kept track of the hours it took to make the grass, but maybe it’s best left unknown.
One of the books of flowers I got from the library had a photo of Snowdrop flowers. I love these flowers and I wanted to make sure I included them on this piece.
Assorted flowers, flax flower, daisy, & coneflower.
Close-up of flax flower.
Close-up of daisy.
Buster enjoyed buzzin’ around outside.
At one point, he met a lil’ bee friend that landed on his face to say “hi!”
And here’s Buster flying away at the end of the day. He hopes you enjoyed this four part series of his journey from a watercolor into a 3-D sculpture.
To revisit any part of his journey please click any of the following:
Buzzing Behind the Scenes, part 1 (features the beginning stages of the Buster sculpture)
Buzzing Behind the Scenes, part 2 (features some of the details of how I made the picnic basket and tea set)
Buzzing Behind the Scenes, part 3 (features Buster the Bee in color after the entire piece is put together)