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The skull looks very good. You're starting to develop a good feel for it.  Are you using an embroidery needle? They are generally not sharp enough to draw blood without effort. 

 

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7 minutes ago, Inarah said:

The skull looks very good. You're starting to develop a good feel for it.  Are you using an embroidery needle? They are generally not sharp enough to draw blood without effort. 

 

 

Thanks!

 

I got a wheel of "craft needles" and am using the ones labeled embroidery. I am also pretty good at being clumsy. 

 

ETA: My mom got me some embroidery needles for Xmas but I'm having an elf of a time threading them.

 

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Lamp kinda wonky but best I could do with that small a thing right now. Still haven't decided a color for the paint pot yet.

 

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Forgot to update this. I'm just now getting back at it. The paint pot went screwy when I tried to pull the paper out of it. I have been doing this as of late though.

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I've decided that I want to start a bunch of the embroidery over. This will set me back another year in getting this going but I think this looks much better than the original.

 

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Dice are done! Did the bath and hated it so I'm taking a different approach with it. Missing a picture of the d6 apparently. And I've come to an ingenious idea or I've become my grandmother. I started keeping the small and frequently used stuff in a Christmas cookie tin.

 

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