Friday, 21 July 2017

Rose Cottage: an update

Rose cottage is back in the works after not being able to work on it at the level I want to put into it. Due do my illness I was unable to finish it and have it at the May Sydney Dollhouse show. But I did invite Rosie who had travelled up from Tasmania to the show to come up and check it out.

She arrived and came into the house and was saying hello when she spotted her dollshouse from the kitchen doors "Is that mine" then no chance stopping her as she rushed down to have a look. I wish I'd taken some photos but I was just struggling to hold it together. Just to say I think she liked it, I believe the tears were of joy.

The plan is now that meds are finally working, is to have it ready for next month for pick-up and delivery to Rosie in Tassie before a particular special event.

Yours in miniatures

A New and Different Direction ?

2 Posts today, The first is to let you know about my New Kickstarter campaign for a 15 - 20mm Modern Urban Wargame Table.

Not giving up Doll houses, but after 9 months of  neuropathic pain in my face (and a whole lot of different drugs to settle it unsuccessfully) and struggling to mentally keep up with what I need to do I had to find something that was smaller and of less mental requirements to keep me going. I started with one building and currently have what's here but have lots of other options on the go.

The other film prop that I was able to build is a replica of EMI Redd-37 audio mixing desk from Abbey Road Studios for a local TV show about the Easy Beets.

Made of MDF, plastic Knobs and paint.

Yours in miniatures (and other sizes)