Small Dog's fur is taking a lot longer than I thought it would. I suppose I could run over to the yarn shop and get a different yarn, one a lot thicker and therefore faster to complete. But, I am about half way done now and so I will finish with this yarn.
Good things happened with my illustration career, and I sort of neglected my little dog character. Luckily he does not harbor any sad feelings. I got accepted into 2 illustration annuals and created a winter scene for a DVD Christmas Music package. That was so much fun, working on snow in South Florida in April. I also continue to prepare detailed lessons on the tools and tricks of Adobe Illustrator for all my students at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. Are these excuses for leaving my small dog alone for so long?
He still needs a nose. I know I can sculpt one out of the Apoxie Clay (LOVE this stuff, so much better than polymer clay). I am just a little unsure how to attach the nose once I sculpt it.
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