Going for a frilly look
I’m do admire the frilly look of the roof of the Yarn Market at Dunster and have indulged in a number of changes in height over this roof in an attempt to achieve a little bit of movement up there.
Sealing in all the badly fitting sections prior to putting in the internal beams and edges.
Used layers of paper strips and glue and finished off with an old wet wipe.
Badly angled snow slopes with mock gothic uprights not so upright, sadly.
I’m not considering taking apart the bad uprights but may adjust some bits where possible. Lots of roof level gaps to be made good before tiling can start.
Bit top heavy? Certainly makes the legs below look sadly light-weight and lacking …
Painted it up to give me a very rough idea of what it might be like when tiled.
Gone a little Italianate?