48 hours almost on the dot. That’s how long it took me to finish Crystal Cove. I decided to keep that title, by the way. It seems to fit.
Author Archive | Daniel Cortopassi
I never seem to have enough time to do art. This week was no exception. Even so, I did manage to make some progress on my Crystal Cove piece. It’s actually getting close to being done. I hope to have another picture to post soon.
I made my travel arrangements to get to Millennicon this coming March. I used Expedia to book a round trip flight and rent a car.
It’s hard to believe that my last post about this piece was in November. In any event, I found some more time to work on it. After 36 hours, this is what my Crystal Cove (working title) piece looks like:
I reserved space in the Sasquan Art Show (WorldCon 2015) in Spokane. I’d been waiting for the art show reservation page to be put up on their website.
Unfortunately I don’t have any new art to post today. As I find myself starting 2015, I’ve had no time to do anything art-related since I finished Hibiscus. The period right before and after the holidays always seems like that for me.
I delivered my commissioned piece to the client this week. The client liked it! I also got it done before Christmas, though as things worked out the client didn’t pick it up until a couple of days after.
I shipped my box off to Arisia 2015 in Boston this afternoon. This will be my first show of 2015.
I’m closing in on getting my cat commission done. The cats themselves are nearly done and the background is underway. I need to get this one wrapped up so I can deliver it to the client in time for Christmas.
My commission cat portrait is coming along. I have been working on it daily. There are two cats in it. They’ve progressed to the point where they’re starting to look like cats instead of just outlines of cats.