Thursday, September 9, 2010

More progress on Fair Rosemond's Bower

Painting the stone and brickwork was a fun but tedious task.

In this photo I am starting to work on the many shingles on the roof.
They are made of paperclay.

Now that the painting is done, I will finish the roof and then tackle the landscaping and
add the water under the bridge.
Rik Pierce is teaching another wonderful class at the Chicago International in April 2011.
I highly recommend his classes. You learn a great deal and have fun too.
Donna



15 comments:

Catherine said...

It is looking just beautiful! I love that project.
I am going to Chicago again in 2011 to the show. Which project is he going to do there?

Never Enough Time said...

Catherine, Rik is doing "Rapanzel's Tower". You can see photos by googling Tom Bishop Show Workshops.
I am going to take "Crooked Stick Lane" by Suzanne Larson-Tamburo.
Donna

Michelle's Mad World said...

This is wonderful, I'm most intrigued how you have made and laid your roof tiles. I love the window and door frames...just superb. You are so very lucky to be able to attend a Rik Pierce class...a dream of mine! :o))

Michelle xx

Whittaker's Miniatures said...

What a fab house youve made it beautifully and all the detailing is so great. Lucky you doing a Rick class! Kate xxx

Clara said...

Ya se ve. Está muy adelantada la obra. Voy siguiendo los pasos y me gusta cada paso que haces.
Besos Clara

JRB CREATIONS said...

Beautiful!!! I can't wait to see it up close!!

*Jeannette

KC-Design said...

It is my absolut favorite house and you have done it wonderful!!
Oh...I can not wait to start that class!!
Rik is comming back to Cologne September 2011, long long time to wait!

Karin

Tabitha Corsica said...

I saw this completed project at the show this past April. It was amazing.

How did you get your's back home?

Many years ago (1998)I took a class at a NAME show and had a devil of time getting it home. Even though it was 1/2 scale, it was much bigger than I expected and I was traveling by air. The hotel had no shipping facilities. I managed but barely and was always reluctant to take such a class again as a result.

Las manos de Sca by Virginia Isabel said...

Me encanta com va quedando la casa.
Besujis!!!

Marisa Stein said...

Im so impressed, I just read some of the comments and I will google him so that I can see if I can take one of his classes.

I really love your house too

Marisa Stein

Patty said...

Donna, I am so happy that you are blogging about this wonderful class that you took from Rik. This building is really great and yours is turning out beautiful! I took his "Crooked House" class the end of July
and it is still a work in progress. Seeing your roof tiles that you are starting was really great for me to see. I understand better about what I need to do with them! Thanks!

WendiesMiniWorld said...

What a stunning house you are creating! I wish I'd seen how you did your roof tiles BEFORE I did mine LOL I cut all the tiles individually and it took forever!!! and I think they probly shrunk more than if I had done it the way you have? I'd love to attend a Rik Pierce class, but he doesnt come to the uk often :o(

Rosa-kreattiva said...

Io resto affascinata da questa... non ho mai visto un progetto così bello...

miniaturista said...

Una Casita Preciosa
Abrazos
Maite

MinisOnTheEdge said...

This is Looking Great Donna!! You are still further along than I am on mine :) I gotta get this one finished!