Misc.

Working On: Sailor

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This time, it hasn’t been six months between Sailor posts. That feels like a win. I don’t know how big of a win, but it still feels like a win. What also feels like a win is that I’m feeling pretty good about these pages. There still aren’t any words, but I’m still just focusing on arranging photos, getting something sorted out on the page, one step at a time.

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The above four pages are from Lyon and St. Étienne, a reworked page of Chartres and the fourth is of mountains around Plateau d’Assy. As I’m seeing pages come together and envisioning how they’ll look side by side in the finished product. As I get more of them put together, I keep getting more excited as to what it will look like when it’s finished. Hopefully I can keep working away on it to make that sooner rather than later!

 

Things I’m Loving:

+ 36 hours in Madrid – (For those planning on visiting.)
+ Colouring pages – (For adults.)
+ Tomato & Feta Guac – (Because it sounds heavenly.)
+ This outfit – (Looks perfect for the end of summer/beginning of fall.)

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2 thoughts on “Working On: Sailor

  1. SC says:

    So this is going to be a book? I know there are sites/places where you send them a file and they create a book and mail it back, so that’s one way to go. Or you can maybe make it an e-book (epub file) and then sell the digital version to cut down on production costs. Maybe some freebie guide tips will entice people into buying it as well 🙂 Or you can do a teaser campaign leading up to the launch.

    • The idea (for now) is to create it as a free PDF with a donate button should anyone choose/want to. I would like to order a physical copy (either through Blurb (http://www.blurb.com/magazine) or MagCloud (http://www.magcloud.com/) though they’re both now part of Blurb…) and so I’m contemplating doing a limited run if I can get enough people interested. I’m thinking between 25-50 copies. I’m hoping that the Working On: posts will help entice people and it’ll part guide, part story, so hopefully that mix will also interest people. 🙂

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