Wednesday, November 09, 2011

6 Minutes in The Shop



Here's a random tour around the workshop taken on a recent cold rainy afternoon.

Come see just some of what's randomly in-progress on the tables and in the boxes in the workshop; snails, large-scale gardens being built with composite snail trails, message leaves reveal their answers, spiders in the attic, coloring book chickens, and more!

Next Tour: The completed fully-dressed set!

11 comments:

  1. Thanks for the tour. It was very interesting.

    Also, I love the mid-sentence editing :D

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  2. Hey Dean! LOL--HA! I've never edited speech in iMovie before. Not easy w/o a timeline! Crazy fools.

    I'll pay more attention in future.

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  3. I enjoyed that, thank you! I love how you've come up with all sorts of solutions and show us a little bit of your thought process.

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  4. Shelley, I just love to peek into your studio! It's such an inspiring place!

    Thank you for sharing how the snail's going to move through the macro garden. – I learned so much again simply by watching what you do. The removable dirt pieces are a simple but clever solution!

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  5. Thank you Josje and Jessica!

    I so appreciate your stopping by to see that clip! I love watching what both of you are up to each day as well!

    There's plenty more happening here, I'll try to show more this way. That way I don't have to wait until something is all the way done before showing it in progress.

    See you!

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  6. Love the paint-by-number chicken! What a wonderful idea :)
    And great thinking on how you're going to reveal the answers on the leaves, I'm curious to see what it looks like on film.
    Thank you for the tour!

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  7. Thanks, Lirael! I'll post a wee test clip of it when it's ready!

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  8. love the macro set. great idea about the leaf and using chalk to hide the text. niiice.

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  9. Thanks, Rich!{I'd say more but I'm defending my soup from a spoiled cat!]

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  10. So cool....

    but NOTHING compared to a real visit of halfland!!!

    if its as close as a fan can get it certainly is cool...but I reccomend a visit to all.

    jriggity

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  11. Aw, thanks, Justin! Thanks for a great promo!

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