Thursday, April 21, 2011

Finished Barn

  The finished barn was simply introduced to the 50 cent paints with a quick highlighting and a very messy coverage of black paint mixed with water to dirty the barn up, cause...let's face it, barns are not supposed to be clean or properly measured nicely designed structures.  They are there for just utility.  As such, I have just decided to do a quick dirty paint scheme that is satisfying enough for those of us that will be using the structure.
   It did come out slightly off-scale than what I would have wanted cause I didn't measure things properly before beggining, but it is close to Ogrun scale...Ogrun's farm? Heh. 
   The muddy ground outside the barn fenced in was introduced by putting some spackle down that was left over from an apartment transfer after we had cleaned up the walls.  Then a bottle of mixed Elmers and paint was poured over top of it and let to dry over 24 hours to prevent easy peel/cracking.  It has produced a ground that is somewhat flexible and soft while giving it a slightly damp look/appeal to it.  Not bad, but not great.  I don't tend to take the time to put strenuous details in.  I prefer to get the job done and useful as quick as possible.  Well hope that you guys enjoy.

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