I got out the graph paper tablet and went to work. A few days ago, I put "North African Bedrooms" and "North African Baths" in MSN images and got a bunch, but not much of what I was looking for. Lots of hotel rooms...
There were a few though. So I had enough to work with.
The sketches are pretty hard to see, but the important part is, I can see them.
I still have to take the window into consideration. I think that they will all go with the exterior of the house. I can work with those and make them fit the North African décor.
You will notice that Tessie is back.
She has been following me around since yesterday. Or I should say, she has been being carried to and fro, to use her description...
I wove this whole thing over a metal frame that I found at Goodwill. The weaving was shot, but the frame was solid.
All Tessie needs now is a seat belt and a helmet and she will be set.
She announced that this is the latest in transportation... As soon as I finished it, she plopped her directorial chair in the bottom and plopped herself on top. Then she demanded, "Carry me to the bedroom. I need to see how work is progressing on
She explained that she feels safe in this basket, because of the metal frame. "Even if you drop it, I will be safe and sound."
I wonder what would happen if I threw it across the room.... Don't tempt me, Tessie! She would just automatically zap herself to safety.
I am going back now to draw a better plan for the screen and then execute it... It seems to be turning North African with a bit of a 60's hippy vibe, so far. We shall see.
See you tomorrow.