Here's the photographs:
|The area of the facade I've been addrssing.
|More matchstick bits added
|The front three steps added.
|The two front doors made in cardboard.
|Internal view of the steps and where the third layer of the facade (with the doors) fits
|Mock up of the facade still in pieces to facilitate work.
|Plans and materials for the last detailing
|The pieces in place
|The facade after its initial coating of filler
|He's a cowboy with chaps and a great level of detail, though hardly a figure I'd want.
That's it then for this week, I'll be continuing work on the church, assembling the bdy of the building, making buttresses, starting on the roof of the apse and making inroads into the tower, proving real-life doesn't interupt as it did in the last week when I was recruited as the on-site joiner to fix both our front and back doors, losing a whole day's hobby time to the two endeavours.
Thanks for taking the time to visit, hopefully there was something here of interest and as always your comments are always welcomed and truly appreciated.