All my prep time? Gone. My dayjob stuff? Not late for once, but it takes a priority now.
I managed to make this Mother's Day card for my aunt right before I decided that I should hole up in bed with a "Tiny House" marathon on TV.
|Cut file from Silhouette, color is Dylusions spray.|
|Cut file from Silhouette, color is Dylusions spray, poorly edged with Distress ink|
|Melville's Moby Dick adapted by Chabouté|
Ever since I updated my version on InDesign, the internal dictionary is now randomly hyphenating words so I have to really watch what happens when I move the edges of text frames. I mean. seriously, "unders-tanding"? If anybody can tell me how to fix this, please let me know!
|Fate/Zero #3 by Gen Urobuchi and Shinjirō|
When I took a small break, I went into my hobby room and saw I still had some of these left undone.
|These still need to be domed.|
I am officially overwhelmed and seriously doubt I can have stuff ready for the next Frankenstein's Swap Meet next week. Color me a little bummed. These are pictures of stuff I've actually done. There's so much swimming in my head. Some things percolate to the top and go under just as quickly and others stay long enough for me to capture it. Needless to say, I have a to-do list that's as long as two arms and part of a leg. The things that keep surfacing is calligraphy and small illustrations as ACEOs. I just have to get these two books lettered before I can work on those things. Hopefully when I AM finished, they won't bubble under to be replaced by something else (Cardmaking! Decal cutting! Pop-ups! Paper circuits! Dioramas!).