Now that I am officially signed up for the 2012 tour and I have my barcoded sketchbook I decided to re-create the pages I have 'rehearsed'. I've changed a few things, edited and simplified some of the pages but the story remains the same.
|The Sketchbook Project 2012, cover, Cari-Jane Hakes, November 2011|
|The Sketchbook Project 2012, inside cover and title page, Cari-Jane Hakes, November 2011|
At the end of The Sketchbook Project 2011, this postcard was stuck on the last page.....
The Alternative 'Thelma & Louise' Ending.
Cedric as a proud film aficionado, was more that a little afraid. His eyes opened even wider as a mixture of surprise and shock washed over him. However, he visibly relaxed in the girl's arms as she whispered, "I just meant, maybe we should just keep going."
|The Sketchbook Project 2011, page 4, Cari-Jane Hakes, November 2011|
"It's time to go on an adventure" the girl declared as she carefully dragged her Grandfather's suitcase out from under the bed.
|The Sketchbook Project 2012, pages 5 and 6, Cari-Jane Hakes, November 2011|
1. A jar of pebbles
2. A sketchbook
3. A moose
4. A rubber band ball
5. A box of buttons
6. A wooden spinning top
|The Sketchbook Project 2012, pages 7 and 8, Cari-Jane Hakes, November 2011|
Cedric was not best pleased with the inclusion of the Moose. He found the tilt of his head a little idiosyncratic and his ease of mobility was frankly annoying. However, his discomfort eased when he realised that the Moose would be traveling in the hold.
|The Sketchbook Project 2012, page 9, Cari-Jane Hakes, November 2011|