a not quite cartoon strip
Main block on the left and the yet to be tiled slope of part of the great hall removable section
(click on the gallery very mini first image and it should open up to something that you can see)
This is an ordinary full-sized piece of moulding hacked about and painted a bit like lead. The great hall edge now has some paper also painted to imitate lead roughly stuck on the edge – but it will be tiled over
There’s still a very small gap between the two which I’d like to fill so that I can tile right up to the fixed moulding
Perhaps this piece of modelling strip-wood will do the trick
Using strips of computer paper no longer needed, I paint them first black and then pewter for a lead-like look
And paper the moulding too
Finally I’ve thoroughly papered over the fixed moulding on the main building wall with the lead effect painted paper
Good question.This is the great hall extension block. It’s made up of three storeys. The lower one extends the length of the main great hall room and therefore doesn’t need a fourth wall.
The room above also overlaps part of the main great hall and its fourth wall is a sliding fretwork arrangement for looking down into the hall. (This room is the guild committee room and a clerk works here.)
Above that is an ‘L’-shaped gallery from which you can look down into the main well of the committee room.
Now this one needs a fourth wall.
The crux of the matter. This upper gallery’s fourth wall is the back of the main block i.e. the part below the newly fixed moulding. Ta da!
The other part of the great hall (that covers the first two floors of the extension) is there below the wall, with much worked on moulding now affixed .
Do not ask me how many times I’ve lifted the extension block back and forth for all these fittings. But I think it might actually be ‘getting there’.