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Episode 11 – Daisy and the mysterious stranger

Daisy’s story continues with a meeting with a mysterious stranger.

The stranger
The stranger
Daisy takes an order
Daisy takes an order
Stranger grabs Daisy's wrist . . .
Stranger grabs Daisy’s wrist . . .
. . . and Daisy pulls away
. . . and Daisy pulls away
Daisy talks with her friend
Daisy talks with her friend
while the sranger drops a torn photo
while the stranger drops a torn photo
Daisy retrieves the photo
Daisy retrieves the photo
Daisy looks at the torn photo
Daisy looks at the torn photo

. . . 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.

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Daisy and friend with a room defined by a single, unadorned, wall

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.

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In my (almost) 60th year on earth I decided to set my fashion dolls free of their clothes and accessories and send them on adventures. This is your window onto my own adventure into a land of crafts where I have zero skills, talent or mentors. Wish me (and my dolls) luck!

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