This month’s featured artist is Forrest Sounds. I first came across Forrest Sounds via Shing Yin Khor, aka Sawdust Bear, an extremely talented sculptor and illustrator whose work I admire. She recently shared some photos of a needle felt sculpture inspired by one of her Center for Otherworldly Science illustrations and I was hooked! I love it when artists inspire each other.
Needle felt sculpture by Forrest Sounds
Original illustration by Shing Yin Khor
Forrest Sounds is the work of UK-based artist Kat Preston. In addition to needle felting, she is also a graphic designer and photographer. Her needle felt sculptures are outstanding – whether the subject is realistic or a favorite character, she has a great eye for detail.
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