Sunday, 10 June 2018

Adding more Details to the Pub in The Master Swordsman

Hello everyone,

Hope you all had a great weekend. Posy and I have just arrived from Germany today. I had a conference which was very interesting and enjoyed every moment of the event. Posy will be sharing some of her own adventures on her blog while being there with me. 

Before leaving for Bavaria, I got to work a little bit more on The Master Swordsman Pub & Inn.  I added a few more details to the Pub area. 

The Pub
Being the Master's Swordsman Pub & Inn you would obviously expect weaponry especially swords. My father was busy preparing some miniature hand painted swords for me to decorate the pub area. 


I decided to add the pieces hanging from the walls. I haven't fixed them permanent yet just in case I wanted to change their places and move them around. 




He also got to paint for me a small knight in armor and a pair of Civil English soldiers figurines. 


For the little knight I have made a corner wall shelf made out of wood, just for him and the pair of figurines will be placed on the fireplace mantel.



One piece that I wanted to add was another wall shelf with bottle optics. I'm quite happy how it turned out and I still have to add two more bottles there.  To add a bit more to the bar I have also painted a draft handle. 




I have also painted a few ashtrays, added glasses and bottles on the tables. I can't wait to add the clients to the area. 



There is still so much that I still want to add to the room, such as paintings and small details around. Here are few more pictures of the room so far.








Hope you like what I have done so far. I can't wait to work a bit more on this project during the week.  Keep tuned for the next update on The Master Swordsman Pub & Inn.

Take Care and See You Soon.

Hugs,

Rebecca xxx

5 comments:

  1. On your stair case wall you could always do some coat of arms. Maybe some that are associated with the pub?

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  2. Those swords are really cool, as is the armour. I like how it all comes together. It has a very "gentlemen's club" feel to it.

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  3. Me gusta como has adornado las paredes del pub,las espadas,la armadura y los soldados le dan un aire muy varonil!!!
    Besos.

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  4. Your decorations and accessories are so much fun! I love how the rooms are taking on character.

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  5. The whole thing looks absolutely beautiful!! And you're so lucky to have a dad who's an artist just like you! I'm sure the final result will be stunning! (it already is!)

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