As promised, I’ve been collecting some of the pictures that have been taken by people not me. First of all, Cora Buhlert posted her haul over at File770. There’s some lovely details to see. Thanks a lot, Cora, and I love that you’re sharing this with the much wider audience of File770!
The next set was taken on Friday by Anna Stefankova, one of the convention photographers:
All the bits and pieces!
Weeping willow and little heart trees
Where the waterfall comes from
Constanze explaining things
another hyperbolic bush is created.
Already happy about this – although I had no idea where this would lead!
Simon Bubb, another of the convention photographers, came by on Monday to take pictures of the finished project. All images below are copyright Simon L. Bubb:
I think this one is from an earlier visit …
And another viewpoint, together with the lovely Dublin 2019 signage – I adore the design, and that we managed to have it be so consistent!
The full frontal view – so many things to see!
This definitely looks like tropical rainforest to me!
What kind of monster is hiding here? Looks like a fairly friendly monster to me!
That’s probably the line-grandfather, made from chenille sticks!
Tiny Raksura hiding between the trees.
Martha Wells in front of the finished model.
Here’s another set of lovely pictures taken on Monday by Shana Worthen:
The whole tree basking in the sunshine.
Detail of left side.
Right side with paper tree and waterfall.
Love the cacti at the bottom, and the vine with flowers at the top right!
The middle with the entry hole.
Chenille stick Raksura
Tiny crochet Raksura below tree.
Side view from left side.
More details. There were so many things to see!
I love all the detail shots, and seeing all the ways my original vision for this got extended in unexpected directions. There was a paper tree! A chenille stick Raksura! Lots and lots of random little things that brought the model to life. I’m very happy that I’ve been able to inspire the kind of community we ended up having around this project.