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Weekly Workload: February 4 2019

Three pieces on this week's roster.  One which will probably be finished today, if all goes well.

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Patch commission.  I need to fix the bird because I hate it, but there really isn't much left on this one.  I also need to work out some back stitching for the bird and maybe the orange bits.  But Mr Bird there definitely blends into the background in a way I really don't like. 



Yeen



Conbadge, example and guerrilla marketing.  After the Haida badge, I really fell in love with doing them this way.  This one is on dyed blue fabric, though I haven't been as quick on it as I'd have liked.  Paying commissions take priority, and other stuff around the house got in the way as well.  Ideally, I think I can still manage to clear this entire list by the end of the week.



Frostline



Conbadge, trade.  Another badge, because they're a quick way to get my work and examples out there.  I think I used the wrong brush while drawing the sprite, because some things seem wonky for reasons I can't figure out, but not wonky enough that I felt like it was worth redoing. 


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