In March it's "The 80s are Back", which means you'll gradually find more and more miniatures on this topic in the shop. Here you can see how my diorama is created...........
Cut floorboards from wooden spatulas and glue them on with glue (Ponal Express).
I painted the wooden floor and the beams with brown washing acrylic paint and wallpapered the walls. I designed the small cabinet and the table last week and today I cut (with laser) and assembled the sample pieces. Tomorrow at the latest you will find the parts (HERE) In the shop.
The attic box hasn't been glued together yet because I'm not sure if the shack needs a window. Where would you put a window? Write it to me here in the comments!
Yesterday was 3D printing day. The chair took a few tries before it was the size I like. Now I'm still trying to figure out what color he'll get. How about a royal blue? Or is that too extreme?
It makes me particularly proud TV With his interchangeable image. What was on your TV in the 80s?
It's finally getting colourful. For this I use paints from Vallejo. But what you see here is not everything, but I can only show it when the delivery comes from the printers.
Telephone...telephone says my second favorite alien from the 80s and here it is. I wrapped the cable around a thin wire and after I drilled holes in the handset and phone with a hot needle, I was able to plug in the cable and glue it. . .. To the article HERE
And because I like the little creature that always wants to phone home...
here with a test image. The print has been ordered and will be printed on backlight film so that the moon can really shine later. I will offer the window individually in the shop as soon as the prints are there.
I was finally able to glue the booth together. The window film is now there and also in > Shop < Available. So I could install the window and glue the three walls together. I cut skirting boards out of cardboard and painted them in the same color as the floor. The first flowers are already on the windowsill....it's getting so slow.
For tomorrow I have already built a laser file for a desk. That might be a bit cramped, but the planned old computer still has to be somewhere. And for the many details that are still in the works...I'll probably have to add one.
With this desk I would have actually had to add on. It's a bit big and I don't like the fact that it sticks out so far from the wall due to the skirting board.
So back to the computer and then off to the workshop.
Painted with acrylic paints to match, I like it better. Now I'm looking forward to decorating here.
A retro game console is now also on the table and also * HERE * In the shop.
Detailed work takes a lot of time, so today I just hung a few posters on the wall.
Since my thumb is not yet completely functional, I am now closing this topic early. Here you can see the result:
This is my first blog and also the first monthly topic and therefore still a bit unstructured. But I was able to learn a lot this month. If you have any questions or suggestions, write me right here in the comments. And if you are interested in the next topic look right away HERE!
The miniatures on this topic can be found in the shop while stocks last. HERE!