Monday, January 27, 2014

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The book is called "9" and this is my beginning for page 15.
If you have noticed that continuity is not my strong point so far please wish me luck.
If you didn't notice that continuity is not a strong point so far you weren't paying attention. However. You should wish me luck anyway. (And maybe pay more attention.)
I am very close to having a beginning on each page of one of five signatures of this book.  Twenty percent of a start and I am still hanging out in the unknown. I don't mean to say that I have no idea what I am doing although that is close enough to true. I don't know what the rest of this book will look like and I definitely don't know how I will pull it all together.
Mostly I am quite sure that I will find a way and it will please me when I have finished.

My current means of presenting what I am doing on this blog is really bothering me. I have to find a better way to present my progress. I will work on that.
Once again.

1.  Please post any advice you may have about how to save this project in the comment section below. I mean it. I obviously need more guidance. It is bound to help in some way. You know it will.
2.  Anyone who has anything like an Epson Expression 11000XL Photo Scanner that I can have or use please contact me at the email address just below this paragraph. A large format flatbed scanner would make this book project and the continuing posts look much better and be way easier to follow. And obviously there are lots and lots of posts to come. There are more pages to be added and then the page revisions until the book is complete.













2 comments:

  1. Each page is 12.75 X 9.5 inches. The paper is 70 lb rough w/c paper made many years ago for Grumbacher. The original sheets were 19 X 25.5 inches. Each sheet is folded into a signature and there are five signatures for a total of forty pages
    My apologies for the way it is scanned.

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  2. being pleased with it kills it... and you
    hope this doesn't help

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