It measure a mere 2"x2"x4.5" (height, width length -about 50mm x 5mm x105mm)
I added a few vertical struts to the model for interest and of course the roof was finished off.
|Small window end|
The desk wand bookshelf were made from scraps of fairly thick card whilst the door frame and door were made out of two layers of thinner card, using the thinner card as a hinge in the resulting 'sandwich'
|Bits and pieces|
|Before internal detailing|
|Door end before|
I knocked of the tiling on my printer in black and white on an A4 sheet so very little was used. and much remains.
|Sid standing in the entrance,|
A few other items from my stock of things I add to internal 'fixtures and fittings' can be just about made out.
A pizza, which I've sort of adopted as a trade mark - they're very easy to represent (and are easily identifiable as such with a 'slice' removed),; a fuel can (must get some more of these), some books and of course newspapers.
The desk-top monitor took about 5 minutes to make and maybe another five to paint.
So, what's in the little room at the other end ? The Little boy's room (of course)
|The little boy;s room|
|Little boy's room alternative view.|
The toilet was one of many I made two or three years ago from cork .
|Sid wondering who is inside .|
|Final bird's eye view - can you spot the dart-board ?|
That's all for this week except to welcome my latest follower "da Gobbo Grotto" whose blog can be found here; I hope that those reading this find something of interest.
And finally , if you don't know what the WWE have to do with my gladiator project, you can find the answer HERE