(not the "inspirational" drawing)
This little progress report came about this way: I'd been paging through Rackham's drawings for Barrie's Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens story (using this highly recommended book.) I'd nodded my head, thinking that yes, so far the PP:B-a-B 'drawings' could be construed as sharing a relative kinship to his when I saw a caption underneath one of them.
That caption struck an idea. It's nothing major, but it will be a nice use of a bit of Barrie. And so, I need to add it to the novel. It's not even going to be a new scene, rather a line or two which will tie it into his book a scooch more. I wouldn't bother except that a particular scene in my book does warrant the callback from Barrie.
Now that I know the pictures will 'work' (and they also have Bart's approval) I suppose I now need to officially decide what the illustrations will be!
To quote Peter Pan's NeverWorld: Wisdom knows finished from done.