Monday, April 23, 2012

Modular stick built collapsible dollhouse 14

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1st floor, made from a real life size floor board, gum wood, I think.  Sliced into 1/16" thick strips.  The floor boards are 1/4" wide @ 1/12 scale = 3", staggered @ 2" or 24" scale.  I used wood glue then set weight on overnight.  And finally I sanded .

Added 3 coats butcher's block wax/condition.  Won't be quite as shiny when it dries.

Wallpaper glued.  Window casing, crown molding & chair rail dry fitted.  I made the corner blocks  out of wood with a molded flower design made from polymer clay.

I'm thinking of added a faux tin ceiling??

Some staging: I guess this will be some kind of office with a spiral staircase in the corner to save some space (paint can.)  Behind the figure is an archway that will lead to an entry with a door facing to the left - as the left side of the office will be facing the street.

I finished the left wall, except for outlets - waiting for wiring.

...On the Verge of a Nervous Breakthrough...

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