Monday, December 18, 2017

Monday was mostly mouldings

Well I'm pleased to say my framing ability hasn't deserted me (I can't remember the last time I did any mini framing using frames I cut myself...), so I spent the afternoon having fun framing various pieces for the seaside shack lounge gallery wall.
Modern miniature framed sketch of the Eiffel tower being held between thumb and finger in front of a selection of one-twelfth scale miniature framed pictures of hearts.
Which was followed by a dry run arranging them on the wall, using my usual flat-lay technique. The fabulous thing about it for this build is when I'm happy with the arrangement I can just blu-tack the pieces down then gently lift the whole thing into place.
Flat lay of a one-twelfth scale modern miniature flat lay testing a gallery wall of images with hearts in them.
(Here's the usual gratuitous close-up of the art). 
One-twelfth scale gallery wall of pictures containing images of hearts.
Looks like I might finish this build tomorrow!


Kristine PaperDollMiniatures said...

Really great combination of sizes and styles! So much easier framing in this scale ;)

AMCSviatko said...

Thanks Kristine and I'd disagree (then again, for me framing in full-size involves going to a shop, buying a frame, bringing it home and whacking something in it...!)