Snow day!

We got our second snow in as many months. Three inches fell overnight, so it’s still sitting undisturbed (aside from a few bunny tracks). In a few hours, it will be covered with sledding tracks and converted into snowmen. Like this guy from a few weeks ago:

There he is guarding my mailbox with his nerf sword. I thought the “angry eyebrows” were a nice touch. Of course, Emma would point out that he is facing the wrong way. Evil brown delivery trucks approach from the other direction.

But for now there is a view of pristine snow from the studio window (that’s the window visible to the right in the first picture). It has been a good morning for working on the blog index, which is now up on the website.

Organizing it made me realize just how much information has accumulated here on the blog. I was also surprised to see just how often I posted about mold-making, since I don’t consider that to be my real area of expertise. I am, truly, still learning that skill. But it is true that the best way to learn is to teach, so explaining the process has really helped me to better understand it myself. I was also surprised to see just how often horse color has creeped in, because I had decided early on that the blog would be about the studio, and not about my research. I guess the two things are more intertwined for me than I realized.

Hopefully with the index the information posted in the past will be more useful to others. I know it’s going to help me remember what I have already talked about here, and what hasn’t been covered and might be new and interesting. After more than three years, the real challenge is not to repeat myself too much!

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3 Responses to Snow day!

  1. Danielle Feldman February 13, 2010 at 3:43 pm #

    What a great resource – thank you for pulling it all together and for teaching us along the way.

  2. mel February 13, 2010 at 10:32 pm #

    I refer to your blog all the time; I have to re-read in order to absorb yhe more complex information, but I also like to look at the images!

  3. Becky Turner February 15, 2010 at 7:40 pm #

    I love that you post mold making stuff and I love the color info and the great photos you post! keep it up.. now we just need more on mold making.. I think you said you would be posting on that soon? hummmm? lol thanks for your time to.. I know how long it takes to do all this..
    Rebecca Turner
    Soltice Art Studio

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