colour model making process

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  • initial structure process: was similar to white card model but used kappa line foamboard to build up walls = much easier to build up structure

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  • texturing bricks with wire brush – very effective, have never used this method before

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  • visualisation of 3D space: was very helpful to hold pieces in place to get a 3D view of surfaces together

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  • constructing furniture: found cereal box card as a substitute for stencil card, mountboard works very well to build up texture

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  • trial and experimentation of different paint textures for bricks
  • printing wallpaper on tissue paper: surprisingly effective, looks quite convincing

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  • building textures and visuals of walls: brickwork took many coats to get a 3D effect, but drybrushing really helped it looks more realistic

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final assembly of parts: building basic structure first then set decoration to ensure no over or under-dressing of set.

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