>DeLorean Questions

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Every time I start something new, I get very nervous. I usually ask myself a ton of questions. Today, I asked:

How big should this car be in comparison to the one I just made?
Will a beaded Einstein fit inside the car?
How many layers of felt should I cut out?
Where will I get parts for the interior of the car?
What size canvas’ should I use for this trilogy?
How am I going to make this work?
Am I crazy?

Those were just a few of my thoughts, and I didn’t have many answers! So, I just started cutting out some felt:

beaded DeLorean time machine back to the future pop art boston fiber bead artist

After a few hours, some felt shapes finally emerged from the mess on my kitchen table!

beaded DeLorean time machine back to the future pop art boston fiber bead artist

beaded DeLorean time machine back to the future pop art boston fiber bead artist

It’s difficult to see, but I cut out 7 layers of felt, then I stacked them on top of each other. This Back to the Future time machine measures 11.5″ wide x 5.5″ tall!

beaded DeLorean time machine back to the future pop art boston fiber bead artist Lone Beader

I guess maybe I shouldn’t question myself so much??😉

7 thoughts on “>DeLorean Questions

  1. >Thanks for the comments! Nick, i agree with that quote, too! And, Cynthia, I just try to do a little every day. Sometimes, I feel I am working very slow, and it’s usually because I am too busy thinking of how I’m going to do it! LOL.

  2. >You go girl! I often pause (sometimes for several weeks) after finishing a project, so I’m very inspired by your work ethic and decision making process.

  3. >Questions is brain-building!So please, keep up that gymnastic, cause the results even in art through Your hands! Maybe this would be easier to see in a video of Your craft-work along with a PET-scanning at the same time :-)Have a lovely day!!!

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