Rod’s been back in touch with some new pics and some good advice:
“Sue gave me a little digital camera for Christmas and it can get into places the old ones never could, which is an awful temptation.
It’s fascinating to get sight of new angles, and a revelation how much better the little people look from a more natural eye level, but horrifying to see all the cracks, paint glitches, and various unfinished bits you left because ‘nobody was ever going to see the back’ of something.
I wish now more than ever that I had made the blessed backscene boards removable.
(Images are clickable)
“When coloring plaster rock or retaining wall castings with diute washes of acrylic paint, you can sprinkle on fine ground foam (greens and yellows) to simulate growth of lichens, moss or tiny plants. No additional adhesive is needed.
Thanks, Dan Schaffer”
Hope all is well. Here is the link to a new episode of the Big Curve Project.
That’s all for today my friends.
Please do keep ’em coming – it’s gone very quiet at the mo.
And if today is the day you decide you’re going to do more than sit and watch, the Beginner’s Guide is here.