Finally both bendy dolls are clothed satisfactorily! Of course, both need to visit the hairdresser (moi) and a millinery shop (acorn caps/berets are all the rage in the bendy family - which is a good thing given the millions of acorns we have). I'd like to give the male a doo-rag, but I have to be logical about both the amount of time I have and the amount of experience in crafting such headgear for a 16 mm wooden bead masquerading as a head.
Today was also a day in the studio where I enjoyed a glass of Blumond Diamante Prosecco thanks to a painter in the group. That was an amazing treat! It makes me think about a brunch for D, brother D, and E on a lovely day at the lake! Ahh . . .
Oh, I was going to talk about the painting. It's coming along quite well I think for something at this stage. I'm going to wait to show it again until there is more to show. Not only is it slow going as I mentioned last week, but also class is the only time right now that I can work on it. We don't always have a full two hours for painting and next week we're going to work on developing out art critique skills.
It can't be fun looking at a painting and saying to oneself, "Okay, which three brush strokes did she add today?"