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Episode 24: Camellia finds a friend

In our last episode, Camellia received a gift of clothing and food.

The next morning, she leaves the camp to gather fruit. The panther doesn’t follow and stays in camp.

Camellia leaves the camp to gather fruit
Camellia gathers fruit

When Camellia returns to camp, she sees the panther standing by a stranger . .

Camellia returns to camp to find the panther standing by a stranger

Together, they work on building a hut . . .

Until they’ve completed a rough structure

The stranger builds a fire . . .

. . . while Camellia starts to tell her story.



So, hey, who found the “render clouds” filter on Photoshop? 🙂

I ended up learning a lot about all of Photoshop’s filters. I also spent a long time standing in the dark in my workshop garage waiting for my camera to gather another light from the LED tea light to expose a photo. I’m really happy with the result – warm light, and I accidentally managed to make the whole crew one-eyed!

I’ve really enjoyed my backwards week – it’s given me a clear task to work on each day, and given me enough time to really work out some kinks before I post my story.

We’ll see how it works next week, when Rosie’s bird adventure continues.



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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