I DID do that, honest. They are getting bigger (and, I hope, better), and this one is about 70 x 90 cms.
Yesterday I made a wee one (wee in the Scottish sense of small, not the French sense of pipi, the latter whom is some sort of Scandinavian children's book character with long socks or something) and is about 20 x 30 cms.
I've also been commissioned to do a bigger one -- 110 x 90 cms.
If someone tells you size doesn't matter, don't believe them, and suggest that they wee off.
Really? You did that? Didn't you spin out or get epilepsy or something? That's pretty good! I get a headache and need a drink if I attempt dots.
Bonjour! Yes, I did it all by myself. I can do dots for about 2 hours at a time, and then my eyes begin to spin. This big one took about 15 hours to do; but sitting here in the mungadaban outstation by Sigeanining Creekwaiting for Billy Whitmaneye to come by in his pick-up truck I have nothing really better to do in my life.YOU must attempt an awful lot of dots if they make you need a drink. A few dots every half-hour, perhaps?
Fantastic Polo ear rings: not to be destroyed, not to be eaten.
Now if I had piereced ears.....*
* any discussions of piercing of any and all other parts of bodies (but not mine) should be conducted with Moaning Lisa and his/her/its friends
To: The Australian Art Supplies Emporium
From: The Outback, Sigean
Date: 18 ii 2013
My Recent Order
Dear Sir, Madam or Possum.
I note, wih sadness, that you are unable to fulfill my recent order for 2 litres of Kangaroo blood.
Instead, I would be most greatful if you could supply me with 3 litres of Eucalptus gum.
Dear The Outback, Sigean,
I wouldn't recommend it. Too oily. Stick to Wrigley's Spearmint.
Sir, Madam or Possum.
Thanks for the song, Val!! Great!! I was outside all day long, so missed it, sorry!
Even Bear, yes, NoVear made an appearance in my emails, amazing!!!!
Val, you missed the Bear sighting yesterday!! NoVear is actually someVear!
Hi Viz! I saw his Viking-type image, and asked him if that was the self-same bear who was last seen sitting behind an empty desk in some corporate building. To dat: no reply.