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Contest:Killing Time-Part Deux
Envar
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Uusimaa, Finland
Joined: March 07, 2002
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Posted: Tuesday, November 26, 2002 - 10:05 AM UTC
Heh.
Im about to, Jan. Im about to. Just need to get some balsa for it tomorrow...
Its funny, there are many details I only noticed when I took the close-up picture. I wonder, how the hell did I do all this, without seeing what I did? Must be the magic touch I guess.

The cost of the building so far: 1,25 euros(dollars)
Damn. I could have had an icecream for that money!


Oh! I just hit 800 posts!

Toni
GeneralFailure
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European Union
Joined: February 15, 2002
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Posted: Tuesday, November 26, 2002 - 09:57 AM UTC
Toni,
the wall/floor line may look even better if you put a plint against the wall... That's often overlooked. What do you think ?
MadMeex
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Vaasa, Finland
Joined: August 07, 2002
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Posted: Tuesday, November 26, 2002 - 09:30 AM UTC
I've gotta say - this is absolutely beautiful work. sob
Envar
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Uusimaa, Finland
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Posted: Tuesday, November 26, 2002 - 08:54 AM UTC
Hello again!
Remember some time ago the idea of making curtains using teabag? Well, here is an example of it. I moistened (painted) the paper with very thin blueish acrylic paint, then folded it in place. Those folds are nasty to make! However, once attached to the brass bar with CA glue, it dries up and stays put.
I also added a demolished roof section and it definitely looks better now. I still have a lot of rubble to add in the upstairs though.






Toni