Finally I had some time to work on my drawing of the couple. In case you've forgotten what it looked like last time, this post is when we saw it last.
As I said before, I didn't have much time to work on it for several days, so there wasn't a whole lot of progress.
This is it on Nov. 20:
And this is it on Nov. 23:
Just a small amount of progress - the timing and the light just didn't work for me to do much more than that. But I had some time today, so here's where it is now.
Recently received - an awesome abstract postcard from Susan McAllister of IUOMA.
The colors are great, but I think what I like most of all is the lines through it. I'm not sure what they are - a stencil? some sort of resist? maybe she stomped on it with cool shoe treads? I have no idea, but I love it.
I have now nearly finished another baby sweater for donation. (Nearly finished because, like the last one, it needs the ends sewn in and buttons put on it.)
I'll post pictures of all of them again when they're really finished and looking much more presentable.
Oh, and before I forget, I carved a rubber stamp. I think I mentioned I had in my last post.
I forget exactly why I wanted a rubber stamp of a brain, but now I have one. It's about 2 inches square. I have some other possible rubber stamp ideas flitting around in my brain, but there are just so many things I want to get around to that who knows when I'll make them happen.