With a good sized crew on the go and projects still in the design phase it isn't often I can see a project all the way through personally but on occasion it does happen. The sign for Cookie's Galley was such a project (for the most part). The design was done well over a year and a half ago. I sculpted Cookie at last year's Sculpture Magic Workshop (a year ago) as my demonstration piece. I designed and routed the sign base over a month ago and mounted the bust to it a short while later. Some of our painting crew did the base coats of paint and the brown glaze but I reserved the rest of the project for myself. Yesterday, at last, I squeezed in the time to do the last of the painting to finish off the project.
The finished sign makes me grin. It's more than a little (make that a LOT) over the top - as every theme park sign should be.
I hope it brings a smile to the face of everyone who sees it and adds to the enjoyment of the experience at Skallywag Bay Adventure Park.