Saturday, 6 October 2012

Masai

It has been a long time since I had in mind this little project...
I think it all started before the summer holidays (!!!), but I was not sure about it...
I did a lot of photos research through google images!!!
Why a Masai warrior/shepherd?
Simply because he is an elegant figure to design. About Masai people, I'm fascinated by their height, their bright red clothes, their dark skin and their beaded multicolor jewellery....!!!
So, eventually, I come out with this silhouette, simply to honor the Masai people. I hope I did a good work!!














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xxxx, Alessandra

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12 comments:

  1. He looks nice Alessandra - very creative. :)

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  2. Wow! You are amazing! I love the way you accessorise your creations. Gr8 work :)

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  3. What fun...I love this!!! How creative are you! Happy weekend.

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  4. awesome!! your creation does look just like a maasai. the long lean figure, the red, beautiful beads all look fantastic. there is something quite moving to see a lone shepard standing on the vast plains, i'm imagining it now. i love this alessandra.

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  5. So very creative and beautiful. You did a great job. I like the way you've displayed it. :) Best wishes, Tammy

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  6. She's great, colourful and vibrant! Ada :)

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  7. It's really beautiful! I especially like how you did the collar and the head :)

    xx

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  8. Great idea and beautiful details, Ale! You're really creative :-))

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  9. This is exquisite Alessandra!!
    I think you did a fabulous job! I am also impressed by the Masai and made my tube necklaces as inspiration from their tribal jewelry :)
    Last, but not least thank you do much for the sweet comment you left on my snowflakes!

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  10. Ooooops, how did I miss this Alessandra - just catching up obviously, hehe! Adore, adore :D

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  11. lovely! When I was little a homemade doll made by my neighbor was my favorite.
    ps: hellow from your namesake, I use Ale as my nickname

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