Friday, October 8, 2010

And here we are!!


OK. it needs some touch ups here and there, as yet, the paint unfortunately has a soft shine, so I need to try and "matte"it more. And the brickwork IS horrible, will see whether I can touch THAT up ( hmmmmm)

For the "grass" I used some crumbled oasis(florists foam), mixed with some colors of flock, not seeing any railway landscaping materials in the house:-)
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  1. WOWWWEEEEE!!! You're fast! And GOOD! It looks great to me, I don't understand why you think the brick work looks horrible?????????????

  2. Looks great and so quickly done.

  3. Pues a mi me encanta como te esta quedando, quizas si le tienes que quitar un poquito de brillo.
    Feliz fin de semana
    besitos ascension

  4. Las fotografias ven más que los ojos :(
    Tu te has dado cuenta la fotografiarla. Pero el resultado YA es estupendo. Cuando hagas esos retoques será fantastica. Espero que vuelvas a enseñarla cuando los hagas :)
    Besos Clara

  5. Thank you all!!!
    OK, that bricklayer must have been a near pal of the drunken skunk. I will shortly have a look to see whether skunkie likes the cottage:-)

  6. Elly it is gorgeous! You have done a great job. How about some photos with the walls removed to show the interior? How are you going to decorate and furnish the inside? Is there going to be a garden and what sort? Information please vbg!!!!
    Sandra (Snippets from my Studio)

  7. Coming coming coming Sandra, though not very soon, I am afraid...Hope to take some pics of the inside next Sunday,when I have got daylight.
    I haven't quite decided on the furniture, as most things I saw are a bit too neat for my cottage:-)
    I do have some kits for 1/48 scale flowers, though!!!! You bet I will have a go!