Hidden corners and roof progress

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theinfill Medieval, Tudor and Jacobean dolls house blog – hidden corners and tiling the roof part 2

I enjoy dressing the invisible corners – and of course, the inevitable bucket. None of the fellas in here are going to relieve themselves out of the window, not whilst there are still buckets being made.

theinfill Medieval, Tudor and Jacobean dolls house blog – hidden corners and tiling the roof part 2

The tower roof as seen previously, along with more of this side of the block. The near roof valley is tiled as decided a long grey lead gulley would look even worse than my tiling. I blew up images of Stokesay Castle roof to try to see how they do the higgledy-piggledy tiled valleys and changes of pitch, then ‘threw’ what I had to hand at this one.
Click photo for images of Stokesay

theinfill Medieval, Tudor and Jacobean dolls house blog – hidden corners and tiling the roof part 2

Am busy redressing this face of the chimney and working on the roof as it curves round on right and then heading all points north from there.

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