Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Almost wordless Wednesday

It's been two and a half weeks since we handed out the last mini Anise and I am torn. The Jennifer Show is over, and I am ready to move on. That said, there are still a lot of Jennifer Show stories - and photos - to share. Tempting as it is, I know I won't be happy if abandon ship now. Clearly a compromise is in order. For the next little bit, I will be alternating between Jennifer Show and Not Jennifer Show topics. Today is a Jennifer Show day. More specifically, it's a Micro Mini Jennifer Show day as captured by Colorado hobbyist and photographer, Beth McCarley. Enjoy!

4 comments:

  1. That there were some nice micros didn't surprise me. That there were table after table after table of SPECTACULAR micros did. Kudos to the artists who have made such a variety of really classy bodies to paint on and the artists who have figured out how to create smooth, detailed, and expressive paint work that highlights these delightful sculptures. I'm really looking forward to honing my own skills in this scale.

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  2. VIVA LA MICROS!
    And thank you for continuing TJS love along with other topics!

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  3. Before this post, I would have said that I wouldn't consider myself a micro-mini enthusiast BUT there are some absolutely "to die for" models shown that would totally change my mind! WOW!

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  4. I need a new word for these delicious morsels of horsels.

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