Screenshot Pilgrim

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  1. Used to spend days on end at Desolation Point getting screenshots, and camping atop the Lighthouse. Slept in short intervals and inside during storms to be awake for sunrise, sunset, and aurora. There were often hours of fog. Did firewood gathering and hunting during heavy snows. When the time came for a change of scenery, and to fish up more lantern fuel, I'd have many pictures, cured pelts, and broken arrows to take back to Coastal Highway.
  2. Thanks, PancakeLady. On the same night..., then foggy day..
  3. kristaok and MarrowStone, thank you for saying so. I'm grateful for the nice welcome.
  4. Thank you, stapeliad. Here's to brushing around the old goop as long as we're able. 🍻
  5. Thanks for the kind welcome. Glad to be here. 🙂
  6. Thank you, Hawk. I feel like if I answered that, I'd get into some kind of forum trouble. It's not how I make a living, if that's what you mean. 🙂
  7. Thank you. I do like mood in paintings. The changing atmosphere of The Long Dark is probably my favorite part.
  8. Thank you. Most of my paintings are around for several weeks or months and I work on them at my leisure, so I could only guess at the actual hours. It's probably not that many, unless you count contemplation time as well. I like to take my time with some decisions in a painting, while other parts are hammered out pretty quick. I often build the frame and stretch the canvas too, so there's a few hours. lol This feels like a terrible answer, but hopefully not so bad. Thank you for asking, though. 😀
  9. 24 x 18 acrylic on canvas panel. I built the frame using recovered lumber, and finished it with oil based exterior stain.