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Thursday, July 22, 2010

The ‘Sassy Cow’

I’ve been busy this week painting a Gigantic Cow for Sassy Cow Creamery. They’re going to be making into a ‘milking cow’ for their place and needed it to be ready for their big event – The Sassy Cow Creamery Farm Olympics. I was happy to help!006 - CopyThe first step was to find a picture of a cow that I could use. I redrew the picture above onto a small sheet of paper and projected it onto two sheets of 4x8 plywood. 005 - Copy Then I primed the entire cow. 009 - Copy The next step was to paint all the white portions of the cow. 016 - Copy The pink and black came next!018 And here is the final image of the cow!019 Now, Sassy Cow will pick it up and cut the cow out and attach the two pieces together to make it into a standing ‘milking cow’. You’ll have to stop by the creamery to find out what I’m talking about!

2 comments:

niftyknits said...

oh that sounds fun! I'm guessing hose pipe comes into play somewhere?

Jaci said...

Isn't it fun to do projects out of your usual scope every once in a while?! She's a cutie :)

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