A bit of a jumble, but the leatherwork stall is now dressed for market – though not the leatherworker, as yet.
Just a smidgeon of this and that
Seem to have let the rhythm of working a little bit when possible slip. Have got some of the items for the leather worker’s stall mustered (mostly purses and bags and a couple of bottles) but not sure yet how to display them. Need to make some belts to go with them and possibly add a rolled sheep skin to add to the two rolls of unused skins below the stall. The four in the holder are for the remaining characters still waiting to be ‘built’ and dressed.
Must get back into the swing of things 🙂
Chip off the old block?
The mildly damped and plastic + elastic band wrapped skirt got dried the next morning and the very marmalade cat had some dark makeup rubbed in to make it a little less vibrant. I chose the cockerel and two loose hens as they came without a stabilising hunk of grass etc under their feet but I found myself creating a base for the two hens from spare pieces of faux stonework to make them a little more stable and give an area to wax stick some of the meal corn being thrown down for them.
Next up should be the leather worker but I’ve not yet prepped enough goods for his stall, not to mention that I’ve used a couple of items of his stock to give purses to Autolycus and the chuck girl. Leatherwork first.
Have a good weekend one and all 🙂