Welcome to 38 Queens Square, Cambridge - a large Georgian house. The date is 10 April 2016.
Great progress Marilyn. It all looks pretty convincing.
Thanks Irene. You and I always like the teeny touches in a room. Marilyn
Brilliant. I'm a huge fan of realistic details.
Me too. I really do believe it pays to look around your real life room a lot and think about what is there that you must have in mini world to make the rooms/narratives actually work. Always assuming that's your aim. Marilyn
These are great details, Marilyn! Last month I made a bunch of light switches and wall outlets in the 3D program I use online, then had them printed. I am hoping to use them on the Beach Bungalow. The plugs all have a removable "plug" that you string the lamp cords into so that it works as both realistic looking and functional. I linked them all together with sprue so that it comes out like a Chrysnbon kit and is much less expensive to print since it is only technically 1 piece. It cost $8.53 to print. I hope they are going to function and look just as charming as yours do!
They sound brilliant. Do you do this just for yourself? Sounds very clever and techy. 3D printing should solve a zillion things like these just brilliantly. Marilyn
The additions to the room really do add realistic detail. I love em =0)
Thanks Pepper. They are gradually spreading round the house. Marilyn
As usual Marilyn, It's these little things in "life" that count! :Delizabeth
indeedy. Just like diamonds. M
Very interesting do you have time to give more details and resources. I am currently working on the wiring of my victoria farm house (my first house). Thsnks in advance ladies.Joanna
Hello Joanna, I am very happy to answer anything specific you might want to know if you want to email me: email@example.com. I have covered building, decorating, lighting and other stuff via my blogs (others beside this one) and some videos on utube - but that's a hefty trawl for you to find what you want. Everything in this picture - except brush, pan, broom, hooks, keys - came from http://www.delphminiatures.co.uk/ very remiss of me not to say - will go back in and do that. Thank you, Marilyn