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Julie Hardy says...I don't think it's a cheat, at all! It's extremely effective and the illusion of separate tiles is perfect!
I made the brick chimney breasts out of card in my Shukers' cottage. I scored all the brick lines before painting with household emulsion, then went over them again with a fine skewer when the paint was still wet. This pulled the slightly-softened surface of the card into a representation of crude mortar between the bricks. Just the right effect for a squatters' cottage which was meant to have been built in a day.
theinfill.wordpress.com says...I cheated, yet again, and marked out a block of 16 but didn't cut them. There was no other way I could make tiles that had a continuous pattern running from one to the next! P.S. the gent indoors commented that Macdonalds must have been around then from the look of the design in the corners.
Rosemary says...I am most impressed. I am finding card amazing for use in making miniature things. I now save all the thin lengths of offcuts from various things - long narrow strips as they are really useful and if you TRY to cut a thin length especially, it always goes wrong!
Zoe H says...This looks great! Very artistically done. Ah ah... No... Remember, Do....no protesting! Lol
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