Makeshift board to keep a constant eye to see what needs to happen:
I've been experimenting a bit with embroidery in paper, rather than fabric. This, hopefully, will give me more ability to control my ink linework. The process feels a bit like lithography (as weird as that may sound) because action has to be deliberate and planned, but there is space for flux after each layer or move.
Babies are stretched. It's times like last night I miss having an air staple gun handy. Now, I'm going to let these pieces breathe for a moment, so I can soak in everything that's happening in a different perspective. It's time to find some solutions for the last stitches and strokes!
Using a less permanent way to figure out the solution to this piece.
Today I realized that a year has past working consistently on these pieces. There's so much work ahead with embroidery being such a slow process, but I can (have to) see the end near!
Working on some fill ideas while supporting Josh and the CPH Rollin Heartbreakers over in a tournament in Malmö.