I've decided to do this one step at a time. Start small. No need to kill myself trying to do the epic one all in one go. You can see the banner that I am going to use (for now) above - what do you think? I've applied it to all the sites I have here on the Internet for continuity. I like continuity.
I am almost ready to give all the pieces to my sister for her to work her magic upon. Heehee, delegation is good, too.
I'm just kidding, Daniella, I love you, and I am VERY APPRECIATIVE of your magnificence and expertise.
When it goes up, it will be a temporary holding site. Nothing fancy. I will keep you updated as the "real thing" comes into being. Maybe this isn't the best way to do things, but it's the only way I can see of getting all of it done, so. I can say is that the temp site will be up until the real site is finished.
As far as Hutchmoot goes, my two friends and I who will be embarking on this epic adventure together have sent in our preferences as far as what sessions we will be attending. I have this mad idea that we will document our trip with a kind of steampunk flair . . . or not. I haven't actually run that by them yet . . . so. Heads up, guys!
Oh, OH! OR maybe we can make up our own story along the way - Iain McCaig style . . . oooooooohhhh, that has possibilities . . . . I'm gonna have to think about that one . . .
Here are some watercolor studies I did over the weekend. 2.5"x3.5" on Strathmore Illustration Board. I still hate scanners. And editing. The originals look so much better and I can't figure out how to get close to that with editing.
I'm still working on the face. I got to noodling with the color and details too much and I don't know if I am going to be able to save it, but . . . we'll see. I might just sound the retreat and try again another day. Here's some quick shots of the WIP. Little better.
Also, I just recieved our first assignment from Eric. SO EXCITED!