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Waiting  fabric by winterblossom on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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Aged 61. Hobby designer 4 yrs.. Severe ME 22yrs. Enjoy reading thrillers, old films, writing, designing online, tapestry stroking my guinea pig. Chair fabric SEE DEGAS BALLERINA.

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Dark figures, shadows and mystery ... This is what I love about Film Noir.

Questions: Who are these men waiting for? Do they know each other? Are they having a secret conversation and if so what are they talking about? Why are they meeting so late at night and why the secrecy anyway? They are not speaking face to face. Why is this? Suspicious? It looks like it. Their arms are folded. Body language. They mean business. But what sort of business? I could tell you the real reason they are there but that would spoil the mystery ... This design has been entered in the Film Noir competition.

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winterblossom says:

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Posted about 4 years ago.


amy_g says: Winterblossom, this is so cool! Beautiful use of the limited-palette colorsand I love your story of intrigue questions in your description....brilliant!!! :o)

Posted over 4 years ago.


winterblossom says: O yes, don't you love those good ol black and white thrillers Rhonda. But ironically the black and white does not come over quite as well on colour televisions as on the the old black and white televisions. Glad you find it sinister!

Posted over 4 years ago.


rhondadesigns says: You have created an atmosphere filled with sinister overtones - perfect for setting the scene of an old-fashioned black and white thriller film!

Posted over 4 years ago.


winterblossom says: Thank Krussi and Cindy! This is so encouraging!

Posted over 4 years ago.


larkspur_hill says: Great design! Cindy :)

Posted over 4 years ago.


kimruss@thatcatart says: Winterblossom, this is spectacular ! Best of luck in the contest.

Posted over 4 years ago.