Good question. Mostly American houses from the era 1880 to 1930, including these styles: Tudor, craftsman bungalow, shingle style, Queen Anne Victorian, French Normandy, Southern French, and Mediterranean styles. Also, anything European and old of course. Floor plans are completely modern of course. I have hundreds of photos of old houses from almost every American city, all of which I have travelled through, so travel photos are important, plus my old sketchbooks, sketching houses standing on the sidewalk...
CarrionArtFeatured By OwnerMay 3, 2011Professional Traditional Artist
I want this house. 'Nuff said.
(Unfortunately, this dream will likely never be fulfilled, as I am likely to be killed in early middle age by a jealous boyfriend or vengeful ex-girlfriend-- or perhaps consumed by flesh-eating bacteria-- but this definitely gives me a worthwhile material goal to focus on, in addition to my spiritual, intellectual, and moral objectives.)
(Okay, spiritual and intellectual objectives.)
(You got me. Just spiritual objectives.)
(Ah, screw it. I'll send for the detailed plans as soon as I'm done embezzling my church's Orphan's and Widow's Fund.)
CarrionArtFeatured By OwnerMay 5, 2011Professional Traditional Artist
Stealing the Orphan's and Widow's Fund from a Southern Baptist Church= BAD IDEA.
1. Southerners tend to be armed, familiar with the use of their firearms, and competent shots. 2. The only place to hide is up North (there's Yankees up there), Canada (which is full of Canadians, eh), or Mexico (nice beaches, but I'm trying to AVOID getting shot).
I may have to resort to Plan B.
Which means that I may have to come up with a Plan B.