Daisy’s story continues with a meeting with a mysterious stranger.
. . . second shoe dropped.
You can probably tell that this is the other half of the torn photo we saw in Daisy’s previous episode. We’ll have a chance to examine it in more detail in her next episode in December.
Tomorrow, I’ll talk a bit about trying to pull the pieces of the plot together, and Friday I’ll talk a little about finding dolls to play the other parts.
In the meantime, poor Daisy is still suffering from a severe lack of attention to the details of her story. I did manage to build part of a dinette set (mainly because I couldn’t find a good picture of a diner to photoshop her into), but that’s about it. The wall with the window is from Daisy’s room, and the other two walls are just unimproved pieces of of foamboard.
The photos (with maybe the exception of the close-up of the stranger and the shot where Daisy talks to her friend) are purely utilitarian. They’re a way of taking the plot from one point to the next. In the meantime, I’ve been carefully and elaborately building up the other sets, some I won’t need for weeks.
Fortunately, Daisy has a sunny disposition and makes do with whatever she has. Which is a good thing, because I had to use her walls for Lily’s room, so she and her friends are currently hanging out in a room with no walls at all.