I feel like a lot of my blog posts start out that way. There's been a lot going on and I'm not not really sure where to start. At the moment I'm looking for help to get my Patreon(more info coming soon) off the ground so I can start funding the large projects you've all been waiting for and I have a new series of toys on the horizon. The series' name is "Shadows and Ghosts" and it will feature at least six 3 inch figures. I got the idea from a random ghost doodle I did.
|The inspiration for the upcoming series|
Things that happened: I was part of an amazing sculpture show at the Clutter Gallery, my grandpa died, I revised some policies in my shop, I went to CCACA, Started putting a fence up around my property, my cat became ill, started cleaning out my old shack in the hopes of turning it into a studio, was in another group show over at Makerbot, got my first stitches, got my moms truck stuck in a flooded wash, Started doing pen and ink drawrings, I found some baby birds, found some toads, found some spiders, and I rearranged my house. I'm sure there is a lot of other things I haven't mentioned that have happened, but whatevs. Here are some photos to help illustrate :)
|My decrepit shed/soon to be studio|
|Me in my decrepit shed with a shadow looking over my shoulder|
I didn't have any photos of myself.
|One of the shows I was in|
I made the Fabulist and the Auditor for this show. It was amazing..., at least from what I could see of the photos.
While we were breaking down the inside of the shed we found two bird nests with little baby birds.
|Audrey and Binks|
This is Audrey(left) and Binks(right). Binks had some crystals build up in his bladder due to our heavily mineralized well water. I had to take him to the vet to have them removed and leave him over night. It sucked.
|A pen and ink with watercolor I did|
|One of the tarantulas I found|
|The wash where I where I got my moms truck stuck|
|One of the toads I caught|
|The Fabulist and The Auditor|
I made these guys out of ceramic for the Tenebrous Show at Clutter.