I’ve been working on both my tunnel book and the book about my grandmother. I have most of the text prepared for Grandma’s book and am waiting for some new software to work out the layout. I have it visualized, but sometimes there is a great distance between idea and implementation–which is where I am with the tunnel book. I have a clear idea in mind, but playing with the pictures I want to use, I’m not sure it will work. I think I have a long way to go.
For those of you who have asked what a tunnel book is, look here. Another, simpler book is here. The book maker has taken a reproduction of that very famous picture, Sunday on La Grande Jatte, cut out the figures, pasted them back in descending order to create perspective and repainted the background. It is easy because they have taken a two dimensional image of a three dimensional view and made it into a quasi-three dimensional view. In trying to analyze my problem, I think because my subject is a tunnel, it is too long and I have too many pictures from too many angles.