These two meetings will build off of one another. The first will show site layouts, height, and potential jobs/housing numbers. The second will refine layouts based on your feedback and start to show design details. Both meetings are an open house format so drop by anytime.
Wednesday, November 1
First Church UCC
89 College Ave
Monday, November 13
First Church UCC
89 College Ave
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She was perched on one of those molded-plastic chairs that have depressions for your bottom and your back. She had her legs drawn up to her chest and was concentrated fixedly on her phone. She was pretty, but nervous seeming, someone I'd expect to express themselves in waves of rapid speech.
She was having a Prius fixed. Unrelated to whatever its troubles were, it was missing its rear hubcaps. Before it had been missing one, but now it was missing both. "Oh well--now it's symmetrical," the woman said.
One of the mechanics chatted with her as she was paying, from which he (and I) learned that she'd moved to this area from California, which she'd left because of the--what do you guess? Guess anything! I was thinking she'd say wildfires. (Answer is below the picture.)
She said traffic. Which I know is bad, based on what friends have told me. But so bad that you move state? And not just to a different state, but 3,000 miles away? There's more to this story than meets the eye. Or ear. It's none of my business, but I do wonder.
Content Notes: Skeleton/skull. Mostly people/portraits though also a cactus in a teacup. And also a gouache painting from earlier Inktober thumbnail sketches.
On my journal with more commentary.
Characters/Pairing/Other Subject: Frank Iero
Content Notes/Warnings: N/A
Medium: Digital art
Artist on DW/LJ: N/A
Artist Website/Gallery: Deviant Art
Why this piece is awesome: LeATHERMOUTH, aside from being one of the gazillion bands Frank is involved in, is somewhat notorious for having a casual yet v. dark aesthetic. I mean, the promo photos are something else.
Zaki-mizer certainly tips a hat to Frank's look (white t-shirt and pants) while also managing to capture the vibrancy and aggression that makes up a LM experience. Although we don't see Frank's face, it's easy to figure out that he's giving it his all, even to the point of be covered with neon pink blood. It might look like a simple piece, but, the longer you study it, the more it seems to come to live.
Fandoms: Mad Max Fury Road, Supernatural, Dr Who, Original art
Content Notes: A variety of random inky stuff!
Click on the thumbnails to see the full pics.
Day 15: Mysterious
Day 16: Fat
Day 17: Graceful
Day 18: Filthy
Day 19: Cloud
Day 20: Deep
Day 21: Furious
They are a bit varied in quality too, some ideas worked better than others.
PS apologies for the multiple postings - every time I tried to post it came back with an error message so I hadn't realised it had actually done it!!
Content Notes: ballot pen, pen, sharpie pens, gel pens & papers, pencil for tracing
Didn't draw much last week.
For the last week of Inkobter I'm hoping to draw all this week and instead of being inspired by whatever is on my mind or by the world, I am going to try to use prompts from this WITCHY EDITION TUMBLR. Wish me luck!
( Doddles Days 16, 18 & 20 )
Fandoms: SGA and Captain America
Characters/Pairings: Teyla Emmagan, teenage Rodney McKay/John Sheppard, Ronon Dex, Bucky Barnes
Content Notes: I decided to try inking watercolour techniques rather than pencil sketches this week, using black watercolour paint as ink (and white watercolour paint in the Ronon one because I suck at leaving blank paper as my white areas). The three SGA ones were also done for the "Supernatural" prompt at the whatif_au comm, and the Bucky one was inspired by a pic of a raven on tumblr. That one I inked with a brush, as I hadn't tried that before - the SGA ones were inked with markers. So, fun to test out some new techniques, but I suck at doing smaller, more manageable works - they always get away on me - however I managed four pieces this past week.
|Teyla, Witch of Athos||Boys in the Wood||Moving Atlantis||The Raven Lord|
DEAR CLEAN UP: This is one of many value-driven conversations you must have with your fiancé to determine whether the two of you can compromise when needed to build your life together. While it may sound clichéd, it is the little things in a marriage that help to make your bond stronger or erode it entirely.
Since your husband-to-be does not see the need for a housekeeper, a compromise might be to have someone come in once a month in the beginning. Suggest this as an acknowledgment that you know he doesn’t see eye to eye with you on this point but that you know you need help in order to keep your home in the manner you believe appropriate.