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So there's a thing called Inktober/Drawlloween that @Pingo reminded me about, where you draw/paint/sketch/art a thing every day during October. There's the "official" list of daily prompts...
and this other one that Pingo found that I think is cooler.
So who else is up for the challenge?
So, recently, I enjoyed visiting twitter (something I never really do and am honestly uncertain if "visiting" is even the right word to employ...showing my age, I know...) and looking at the pictures from the Cute Animal Tweet Off. It made my day! A bight a cheery bit of internet amid the dark an depressing wintery mix around it. I feel inspired to start our own miniature version of this!
Let's have a game! Post pictures of cute miniatures we find all around the internet. They can be your own work, so someone else's, just make sure to credit the source! And have fun!!! Bring joy to others through the power of CUTE!
Here's one I've always loved: Ali Bailey's version of the Easter Mousling. Soooooo cute!!!!
So I went to the CT Renaissance Faire today, saw some things there that I thought I would share with the forum folks, some of whom I have read go to Faires themselves.
Share some pics all you Travellers!*
First Myself and a pretty lady that asked for a picture:
I was alone, so I asked her SO to use my camera to take a pic, as I have no current pics of myself in garb..
Some things I saw that will make the wolves drool....
I asked about the mail, it was a commissioned work.
A young lady wearing a T-Shirt that I really laughed when I saw it! Talk about someone that needs to be on these forums!
Where was she a few weeks ago, clean up would have been so easy!
I think she was surprised someone in Garb wanted to take her picture...
An awesome couple of Fey:
(I kept wanting to say "I am Groot!", when ever I saw them....)
A chance met Traveller that paints Minis! Told him about the Forums, maybe he will lurk, look, and Join!
Loved the scale mail...
So that's all Folks!
(Yeah, I didn't take my camera out to much.... )
Had a great time!
Sorry I missed you Mad Jack!
* Travellers was a term used at the NY Ren Faire years ago to denote people in costume, that attended regularly, but did not work at the Faire.
As opposed to the "'Danes" short for MunDANEs....
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