In progress - just because I can not see it, does not mean I can not believe it

Another project in the (kitchen table) studio.

You can probably guess who it is. This one is a bit easier than the last

Which is still unfinished.  But if you expect I'm going to be able to focus long enough to finish one project before I start another, obviously this is your first time here.

Now.  What's this?  There's white things in the air.



  1. Hooray! It's Bone Daddy Jack! Jack's the best. Can't wait to see the rest of him.

    While I'm here, I need to point out your use of 'can not'. Yipes. You need 'cannot' in your title.

    Two words are used when you COULD do something, but you opt not to. Like, "I can just not go to the store on Monday, and do it Tuesday."

    One word is used when you have no options, "I cannot wait to use this Lush bubble bar!"

    So, just because Jack cannot see it, doesn't mean he can't believe it.

    Sorry. It's just that I've been seeing 'can not' used incorrectly SO OFTEN online the past few years, and it only seems to be getting worse.

  2. Gina,

    As far as I understand it, cannot and can not are both acceptable, it is just that cannot is the more ususage of the word.

    I am a terrible self-editor and if I had noticed it I probably would of joined the words but now, thinking about it, since Jack articulates each word quite clearly in his song, I think I'll leave it as it is.


  3. Upon seeing that picture, my first thought was Jack! And now, looking at the next post, I hope Sally will be created as well. Good job - I can't wait to see more of your luscious creepy doll creations.