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Oct 29, 2010

Butter fly.

Never again will I make a butter sculpture.

butter fly

17 comments:

Georgina Dollface said...

Oh, please don't stop making butter flies! That thing is just too cute. You must have really cold fingers though. I think I would have just ended up with a messy puddle of melted butter. - G

Alycia (The Curious Pug) said...

wow thats pretty good!

Signe said...

Woot, did you make that?
I think it's really cool, but I can imagine it is a bit of a sticky job :)

starcakeastrology.blogspot.com said...

cute!!! ahaaha there is a tradition at the minnesota state fair of making life size sculptures of the butter queens... it is awesome... the girls sit in this big glass spinning refridgerated dome and the artist (Ms. Kay of the Milky Way) uses a knife and sculpts their exact likeness from giant blocks of butter... it is insane and fascinating

tka said...

Butter fly! sounds great!!
good work!! :-D

Kate said...

Amazing! Don't know how you do all the things you do. You are so talented! :)

Kate x

Julie said...

Fantastic! If I had an event coming up I'd hire you to make butter sculptures for it.

Jules said...

Dori - THAT is impressive. x

Cadence said...

OMG that's fantastic! You are such an inspiring artist! I love everything you make :D!

tera said...

Haha! Awesome! :)

andie said...

impressive!

Dayna Hutchieson said...

I love your photos there the funniest thing iv seen in a long time. Chicken breasts is hilarious.

Melanie's Randomness said...

Wow!! Now that's talent!! =)

Juliette Crane said...

that's amazing! i can see how much work that must have been.

mina said...

i can't believe you made this! it is so strange and amazing. i love it.

Wayne Chisnall said...

I can imagine that butter isn't a very pleasant material to sculpt in. My worst material to work with was hair and glue, when I made my sculpture - Fetish. It was like kneading hairy dough and it took ages to get it all off my hands afterwards.

Keep up the good work matey.

ERRsta said...

awesome.

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