From one editor to another.
(I love semicolons, but I dread seeing them at work.)
That poem also doubles as recently-enacted legislation enforced by the Sheriff’s Secret Police. Thank you, Mayor!
So here’s my little test to see whether I’d get on with blackwork. The answer is EVERYTHING WILL BE BLACKWORK FROM NOW ON.
I sold a couple pieces earlier this year! It’s tricky; everyone would love a piece but then they hear “it took me two weeks of evenings to make so even if we assume needlecraft is worth much less than minimum wage because I’m watching youtube at the same time that’s $10 by 21 hours plus materials” and their face goes a funny colour.
Very conservatively (and it’s not like I tracked how many hours I put into it), the Homestuck troll pieces are worth at least $10,000 each, for example. But of course I have no plans on selling them, Hussie’s no-selling stance notwithstanding.
I did it. I beat Homestuck.
26/10/2010 to 14/12/2013. Each one is about 36 x 15 cm (14 x 6 inches).
Still considering a blackwork background but I’ve got some small projects I’d like to get to first.
the first rule of having-to-unstitch-nepeta’s-jacket-like-four-fucking-times-because-green-shades-are-difficult club is you don’t ask about it or i will cry
11/12 (!!!!). Gotta love how the flash makes everything look better.
Thinking of some blackwork for the background? Hmm.
Tried a different edging technique and I don’t think I’ll be doing that ever again! :| The boulder badge is an on-the-fly modified version of the standard pattern.
Birds and view at Rainbow Jungle in Western Australia.
6/12. Fun fact: somehow I dun goofed on Vriska’s jacket. The dark grey was turned into black on my pattern. It is a mystery.
Funner fact: Vriska’s so far caused my most painful needle injury. (Not serious, just painful.)