I looked at him this morning and decided that I needed to do rocks instead. I wasn't in the mood for doing details.
I got quite a lot of the rocks at least sculpted. I finished the front and part of the third side. Do you realize that I have gone through almost a 2.2 lb. brick of DAS doing this? I did get another brick at Michael's earlier this week. I won't run out. The house is now 2 lbs. heavier than when I started. That's why I love working with Greenleaf, Corona, and Duracraft. They are so light weight when they are just a shell that you can add lots of extras and still be able to move them around without having to call in one weightlifter or two skinny guys to move it.
I will finish the rest of the rock formations today and then tomorrow after it has dried, I will paint it.
Then it is the joy of shingling.....Did I mention that I don't like that job either? I don't mind putting them on. It's the staining that I can't stand. I don't have an excuse not to start doing it. I ordered several bags of them from miniatures.com months ago. I knew that I was going to need piles of them. Remember the houses under the bed with the trolls still have to be done, not to mention the others in the workroom.
I feel like I am getting a lot accomplished. I think Mookie feels that way too. He doesn't like to eat poly clay, fortunately. He just thinks that it is fun to mess with. Strange cat. I am getting worried. One of these days he is going to take over the sculpting. Anything he sees me doing, he thinks he can do better.
I have to go see what he has destroyed this time.......See you tomorrow.