Monday, 16 July 2018

Completing the Roof Terrace at The Master Swordsman Pub & Inn

Hello everyone,

Another week has passed by. Time does fly by so quick when you are busy and enjoying it at the same time. Hope you all had a great weekend. I have been very busy during last week but I have to admit that whatever I had planned, it was done quite successfully which also included my dolls house project.

For the past few days I have been working on the roof terrace of The Master Swordsman Pub & Inn and I am very happy with the end results.


Even if  it was just the roof terrace I still wanted to give it my full attention and detail. I first started working on the garden furniture. I have added two garden tables with chairs which are made out of white metal.


 They took me quite some time to paint, especially to bring out their weathered detail.  At the end, the task is always rewarding.




I added a few plants, a tree and a stone garden bench. The plants and their pots like most of all new miniatures looked too new and not realistic. The stone garden bench definitely needed a touch of paint to make it look more old. 




I have weathered the pots, added some soil and even weathered slightly the branches of the tree. At least now I can say they look the part. 





The last piece was the Lion wall fountain made out of resin that I got for this project. 


I liked the piece, but still I knew I could improve it.

First I have weathered the piece with earth color paints.


Then I added the last touches of water effect.



Once placed on the side wall, I also weathered the wall accordingly. 




And here are a few pictures of the complete roof terrace.








Hope you have liked how it turned out. I'm looking forward to finish this project now. Keep tuned for the next update on this project; The Master Swordsman Pub & Inn.

Take Care and See You Soon.

Hugs,

Rebecca xxx

16 comments:

  1. Just beautiful! Everything looks like it's been there forever. Love it.

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    1. Thank you so much Sheila. I am glad that you liked it xxx

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  2. Love every detail!! The weathering is stunning, very well done!!!!

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    1. Thank you so much José. I am really pleased that you liked the weathering... especially you!! xxxx

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  3. Puedes estar orgullosa, es un sueño mirar tu terraza! ♥

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  4. You did an awesome job making these pieces look weathered and rather fabulous. I would gladly sit there and enjoy my drink.

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    1. Thank you Veronique for your kind words. You wouldn't mind some company if I joined you there for a drink. X

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  5. Gorgeous! It's amazing how much a little weathering will bring things to life.

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    1. Thank you so much, indeed I can't agree with you more. X

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  6. Looks fantastic! It gives me inspiration for my own creations. I love how you weathered the furniture.

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    1. Thank you so much for your wonderful comments. Xxxx

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  7. Esta quedando un trabajo espectacular. Toda la mansión esta maravillosa.
    Un abrazo

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