The Stonecutters Guild

Not bad for a days work.

Spending this morning painting the Redstone.

Spending this morning painting the Redstone.

The Potters Shop, 2012

On the workbench. Putting the roof on the Redstone. 

St. Belgemine is pretty much done. I need to make a porch for the rectory, and fine detailing of course. But for now, I’m ready to move on.

St. Belgemine compared to Nor Brethil. About 7 or 8 years between them.

St. Belgemine compared to Nor Brethil. About 7 or 8 years between them.

Workbench Wednesday.

Working on windows and doors for the temple. I’m hoping to have this thing finished tomorrow. Well, mostly, I’m waiting for another Athena statue from the other side of the world.

Still painting this chapel. The second part of the tower came out a little darker than the first. I may have to make the steeple darker to match.

Steeple painting part two, the roof.

Ben Moore colors again. 

Apothecary, 2012

WIP painting on the church steeple. Base coat is Benjamin Moore Rattan, Grey is Folk Art Medium Grey.

Painting the temple part 2. Contrast.

Base coat is down.

Base coat is down.

The steeple has been industrialized.

Time for iron works and rivets. (and flashing.)

Time for iron works and rivets. (and flashing.)