Generally, the scenes that I enjoy the most, are realistic exteriorss, because I love working surfaces and imitate different materials. However, sometimes I feel like doing something sweeter, like the scene I show you in this post wich was published in the journal Miniaturas July 2014.
Para hacer el suelo, utilicé recortes de madera de balsa del mismo grosor y los pinté de colores luminosos. Lijé suavemente y apliqué cera virgen
I had the disadvantage of having three different sized boards, however what was initially a drawback, it has become an advantage.
To make the floor, I used cuttings of balsa wood with the same thickness but peinted in different bright colors. I lightly sanded and applied beeswax.
The back wall is covered on both sides with plastic putty for walls using a bricks template. I cut the shape of a window on that wall and painted the wall in white. I've assembled the floor and the wall with wooden skewers.
Cuando hubo secado, pinté el acetato con pinturas para vitral de diferentes colores y de forma aleatoria.
I painted the window and sanded it. To make the stained glass I used a special paint that imitates it. I made it on both sides of the acetate because it looks more beautiful. Them I painted it in different colors with glass paint.
On a piece of 1 cm thick balsa wood I made transverse notches, simulating wooden boards. And I assembled it to the back wall with the window already placed.
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He colocado unos listones de madera gruesos, simulando un entramado de vigas, tanto por dentro (en blanco) como por fuera (en color roble)
I have also joined the left MDF board, which back side is covered with bricks and the front side is papered with pink polka dot paper that you can download here.
I placed some thick wooden slats, simulating timber frames, inside (in white) and outside (oak color).
The furniture was purchased unpainted. To avoid overdecorate the space considering that there are lots of color and little space, I painted them in white and also sanded.
The scene allowed me to create a double-height, so I placed a bed.
Finally, I made the details that give life to the scene: a tape dispenser under the window, a magazine rack hanging from the side of closet made with fine wire welded; books, keys and wooden letters; fabrics, boxes with tools, pictures, posters, a reading lamp without cable, a record player, a box of records ...
Para hacer el tocadiscos he utilizado cartón pluma de 5 mm de grosor, papel grueso de acuarela, papel de scrapbooking, tela y restos de otras cosas.
To make the record player I used foam board, watercolor paper, scrapbooking paper, fabric and remnants of other things.
And this is a general view of the scene.
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