NaMoPaiMo is less than a month and a half away.
From an administrative standpoint, I am ready. I have hired a five person staff to help me administer the Facebook page and created separate NaMoPaiMo email and PayPal accounts. Ryan is building an online entry form, and the NaMoPaiMo prize corral is overflowing with generous donations from some of the hobby's finest artists. I have no doubt that this is going to be the biggest and best hobby event of the year.
|Jasmine resin, sculpted and donated by Melanie Miller|
Then I decided I couldn't wait to paint them.
Proof was finished in October.
Hornet is taking a little longer.
Except somehow prepping has turned into customizing. Brigid has had a couple minor leg tweaks in addition to a new set of lop ears.
Elizabeth was a waste mold cast that Jenn gave me more than four years ago.
I successfully moved a leg before utterly and completely ruining her neck. There are no pictures of that because it was really too bad to memorialize.
Earlier this week, I dug her up and tried to do an non-invasive fix. It almost worked.Unfortunately, I am way too picky for "almost".
So it's back to the drawing board for her.
I think this is going to be better.
NaMoPaiMo is coming, and I know I will be painting something. I don't know what, though. It might just come down to whoever is prepped first.