My wannabe architect career goes on... :D When I posted the first steps of the project you already saw what was I trying to achieve. Now it was time for some paint...
|Neighbours and people in the street wondered what the hell was I doing|
Needless to say, I lacked the guts to brushpaint this. I made some experiments and finally found a spray that dissolves the foam only to a quite reasonable point. So I could make some progress without absolutely destroying all I had achieved so far. Weathering had to be done with brush, I'm afraid, but after a few days I got something:
|Blue primer spray too ;)|
Once I had that I could start to think about the second level. Back again to the beginning, I had to repeat the process:
For the other lot I dared to something slightly more complex, in order to avoid repetition in stairs; I tried to set them parallel instead of perpendicular.
After a few days of carving I finally was able to come up with this:
Again, more painting, weathering and then finally sticking all the pieces together!
Here you have a lousy blurry pic for size reference:
Well, so this is the first 120x60cm. board (roughy 4x2 ft.). Now I will put all my effort on the Descent project, but as soon as I finish it I'll be back on planning the next section of the board. So... more to come!
|Besides, I had to add stairs. Another pain in the... Well, there|
|At that moment it looked like a nice idea. 'I can do this' 'Piece of cake' 'Blah blah blah'|
|I will spare you the insults and blasphemies involved in the process until I got something|
|And you still wonder what the hell are you seeing here|
|What do you mean by this being only the first one? Are there to be more?|
|Damn, didn't realize it was that blurry|