Too windy to take the finished build down to the beach, so I’m hoping to add the ocean in post-production. We’ll see if that happens :)
Earlier in the month, I took various shots from the cliffs down the road for backgrounds.
After printing out the various Sea House insignia on vellum, I sanded the inkjet out of them before gluing to the hut siding, to get a weather-beaten painted signage look.
The banners announcing the Winter Fair are new, so they get to be crisp, like the oft-painted outdoor furniture.
The tree photo above the couch is of a Monterey Cypress near Mori Point that I am very fond of. Oh dear. There must have been a temblor; I just noticed some of the wool bolsters from the top shelf are on the floor!
Here’s a better view of the Argo Wool Works stuff (and the Peacocks rug).
Cheval Noir (shhh, we’re pretending they’re local) is pouring some of their wine, and later there’s going to be fish chowder and persimmon pudding.
And all the bustling seems to have awoken the tiny Rancor, oh noes!
We’re going dark for now.