Peep show

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Points of view

The thing that has always fascinated me about dolls houses and miniatures is the opportunity to view different perspectives, peep around corners and through doorways and generally get down and observe from the small scale level.  Just what is hidden in there?  Perhaps I’m a miniature peeping Thomasina in the making but viewing closed rooms through windows does appeal I must admit.

Progress on the last thing to be built

This is all coming on and there’ll be a report when I’ve accumulated enough completed items.  Mostly the working is about a bit of this and then that, whilst each dries:  the usual.

In the meantime I’ve been peeping.

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Answering a query re size of gallery photos

theinfill dolls house blog Hogepotche Hall –Hodgepodge Hall - a Medieval, Tudor, Jacobean dolls house blog - screen cap of gallery Full size link

Gallery view with “View full size” link on lower right

To get a peep at a larger version of an image go to gallery view by clicking on any photo in the block and shimmy down to click on “View full size” link on lower right (as shown above).  It will open in a fresh window – most will give you a magnifying glass mouse icon which should enlarge at least a little further too 🙂

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    • You’re being v kind. Hogepotche is a ramble through imagination whilst trying to learn the necessary skills. Beginning to get there by adapting some of the skills to my limitations and creating own shorthand of methods as it were that suit my hands and eyes. I do like a good view though and tried to keep the sight lines from room to room wherever possible. Thanks so much again for your kind words and support. Nearly there with this building, nearly there …

    • “Nearly there” I keep chanting – soon there’ll be all the finishing off of edges of chimneys and things which I still haven’t got to but will do soon, oh yes! 😉

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