I know I've said this before, but I can't really stress it enough: If you haven't already done so, please start prepping your models now.
|photo by Anne Field|
It's slow, tedious, painstaking work that requires manual dexterity, patience and a whole bunch of smelly chemicals.
Unfortunately, it's also an essential component of quality finishwork. There's no better formula for NaMoPaiMo success than to begin February with a fully prepped and primed model.
Because I will be spending part of December and most of January in Europe, I started prepping my 2020 model right after the Jennifer Show. I still have work to do on his mane and tail, but for the most part, he is ready.
Speaking of Europe, Carol and I will be attending a NaMoPaiMo prepping party in the Netherlands on January 4. Zephyrus won't be in attendance, but I won't coming be empty handed. I shipped a big box of NaMoPaiMo swag to Germany this morning, and I can't wait to give it give it away!