Here's the photographs:
|The three buildings in 'real-life', conveniently obscured by a tree !
|The back of the shack !
|'Jail' with that peculiar circular window.
|'Jail' door with barred window
The bars on the window above are only loosely in place, to aid painting the window frame.
For the wood above the door in the 'shack' was made from a iece of balsa - a mareial I haven't used for many years (mostly becasue I'm rubbish at using balsa).
|Window frames for all windows made from yet more matchsticks
|The 'blue' building's side wall had a bit of work done too...
|...to try and make it look like this (notice the alcove too)
|The arched building...
|...and my version; this had a lot more filler applied...
|...using my non-patented filler applicators...
|...to try and get this effect.
The roof of all the building have been completed with pieces added underneath them to stop them slipping and sliging everyhwere, The 'blue' builings veranda has had a frame added and the roof ridge has been 'tiled' too (using a plastic straw cut to size).
It may not look like I've done much this week, but I'm happy enough, knowing I've really have been usy on the building front, even if I've been a bit lax on the painting side of things,
So that's it then for another week, thanks for taking the time to visit, hopefully you found something of interest.
As always, your comments, critiques, criticisms etc. are always welcomed and truly appreciated.