I went right back in the shed. I was startled, but not deterred. I took the now vacated box to our deck to inspect the contents. All of our lights had been chewed so much that they were a total loss.
Later that night...
Me: " I should put the box back in the shed so that rat will have a warm place to sleep tonight."
Dave: "No." And then he gave me a look that could only mean that the only warm place he wanted that rat to sleep tonight was in one of our cats' tummies.
I continued working on these paintings. It's down to the details and I just want to rework, rework, rework.
|I continued working on details of the figures and|
I added the graffiti-like art on the bench behind them.
|More details on the figures.|
|I painted over her dress. I'm liking the one on the left more|
than the one on the right. I'll probably working to make them
more similar. I also worked some on the wood of the bench,
aging it in some places and reshaping it in others.
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Hahaha - great story, Kali! And your paintings are lookin' good!ReplyDelete
It was terrifying! And I love rats...just not surprise rats.Delete