Work and band have me going on a ton of trips so the whiteboarding is going pretty slow at the moment. I’ll take off tomorrow on another one so it’s likely I won’t get much of anything done on it this week. It goes fairly fast when I do get to work on it so it should be done soon. I’ve gone and done the same thing on this one that I did on the Escher, it’s a little too thin. I measure them at the beginning to try to maintain the scale and I must have miscalculated somewhere. I need to follow the old woodworker mantra of measure twice, cut once. I’m far enough along that I can justify not fixing it and ‘learning from my mistake’ on the next one. 🙂 I just got an iphone so my pictures should be higher quality but wordpress keeps cutting off the far right side. Gotta figure that out before I throw the final one up.
Drawing an ocean on a dry erase board is a total pain in the rear. I feel like it is almost there but there has been a ton of trial and error. Other than that this one is moving along.
In other creative news, my band is headed back to the studio to continue recording on our sixth album. This record has been impossible to put a title to. We keep coming up with totally ridiculous stuff and I fear we might actually use something off that list. 🙂
I went looking for a cool Salvador Dali painting to do on the whiteboard and came across one that I really loved. Oddly, it wasn’t a Dali. It was by a guy named Vladimir Kush but I guess it was surreal enough to show up in a Google Image search for Dali.