It's overcast and drizzling, and I had a late night last night so it's not really a good day to be working on either of my builds (alas, the retro caravan kit has been taken off the list until at least January.)
But I don't feel too bad, as last night was mini-related. Freinds and I attended the opening of ANCA Gallery's The Peculiar Library exhibition and admired the latest from local icon Alex Asch.
Then it was off to the newly-reopened Smith's Alternative to heard another local icon, Fred Smith, and Kiwi Don McGlashan perform.
This was also (surprisingly) miniature-related as the set up of the venue was almost exactly what I'd been contemplating for my Lundby live-music venue. I need to return in daylight and take some photos as the ones I took last night weren't so great.
And I feel much better about the whole thing: except now I think that perhaps I should install a garden shed between the two windows as an extra sound buffer and to store the batteries for the lighting which I'll be installing (*cough* once I work out how to do it...*cough*)
Another highlight of the morning was that the letter A bookcase I bought off Etsy arrived in the mail, so I just had to throw up a quick scene to highlight it.
(Which made me realise how much I miss throwing up scenes and how much miniatures is feeling like work at the moment. And made me decide I needed to schedule in time each week to make a scene. As it were...)