Saturday, November 10, 2012
I could, as on a lot of the other buildings I have made, use microstrip to form the glazing bars and frame.
The other option was to look at what ready made frames I had. I wanted long thin windows for an aged building so the redundant window frames from an old 4mm signal box were ideal and would save a lot of time. It also meant that this building would be different- something to remember.
So, a quick coat of primer and the top coat could be applied- black in this case. Painted in two halves as it is difficult to hold the whole whilst wet. They will sit to the rear of the window hole and the clear glazing will be used to stick to the walls. The doors will have to be shortened although they are the correct width.