David, you've been incredibly busy and productive here. Is that oil pastel I can see?
Hm... these look intriguing... It does look like oil pastel.I don't know who's missing in the landscape moley, but I'd happily have either of them (but not both at the same time).
I haven't worked in Vivien's book yet and would happily take it. It now looks like I will get Lorraine's in the mail tomorrow and - since it seems like everyone has worked in it - will send it back to Ulster. I'll jump on Steph's book next and will hopefully have it on its way by early next week - maybe sooner. Lindsay, do you want Steph's book next?
Brian, I think my spanners are in that book??? I'm getting confused.
No, Lindsay, it's me that's confused - I just posted the photo of your spanners in that book. Never mind, and sorry for the confusion. It's been a long week... and it's only Tuesday. I'll send Steph's book on to Lorraine when I'm finished.
Ok, I will send Vivien's Landscape book to Brian, and Casey's Freedom book to Gesa. Best of luck to you both!Oh, and I used Neocolour II pastels since I am marginally better with those than oil pastels (and that's not saying a lot :o)
Brian this is a really beautiful use of that media. I haven't used them much and I'm tempted to dust mine off.I completely understand about the busy week thing....I need a break and won't get one for at least several weeks.Arg, mercy on us!
It must be my debonair good looks that I keep getting mistaken for Brian :o)Two moleys now in the post so lay your bets now who will get theirs first. I'm betting on Brian!
OOPS! Yes, David...its you I ment to compliment. I'm so busy my head is spinning. I cah hardly wait for term to end.Sorry.
Good... looking forward to the freedom moley... Steph, Lindsay's on its way to you...
No apologies necessary Lindsay - from the side, on a good day, I could very well be taken for Brian!
I'll take your word for it but some day I'd like to meet you both...everyone for that matter!
Lindsay, David, will you two please get a room. Tee hee! Gesa, I'll watch the mail with hawk eyes and let you know as soon as it arrives. In fact you'll probably hear the excited squeek in Glasgow.
Steph, the book arrived and I'm excited to work in it.
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