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The "which banana is the bigger" problem?

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The "which banana is the bigger" problem?
Finally stopped individual glazing of panes and did flat bit with one big piece, holding in place with strips of paper and later covering with strip wood. The curve, however is a little wheeze with the packaging from a tub of muffin cases. I think there might be a house possible from this but still working it out.
Posted by theinfill.wordpress.com on November 6, 2016 Full Size| Slideshow

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6 Comments

Zoe H
11:19 AM on November 11, 2016 
Perfectly the same - well done, Do! Looking forward to seeing what you come up with for this house - I know there's no point trying to guess what it will be like as you what you do is so always unique.
theinfill.wordpress.com
5:38 AM on November 8, 2016 
Ah but, no. Apologies for the misunderstanding - only made two to completion (made one first that turned out to be too small cos didn't allow enough loss of length in the curve - dope that I am). And if you're anticipating the other semi to finish off the bay, then, if it does ever come into existence, it will have a modern plastic rendering of a bay forced into the original curve and a modern interpretation too of the internal arrangement and Deco decor. (I'm cheating with the design here as the ideas have come from an actual photo of a London pair of semisI found on flickr.
Rosemary
4:39 AM on November 8, 2016 
You are a glutton for punishment - making four of these, but excellent results.
Jan
2:23 PM on November 6, 2016 
Yes, afraid I might miss out if unable to access the site.
Ninja
2:06 PM on November 6, 2016 
Brilliant window making - looks so lifelike, Can't wait to see the house develop!
Edel
10:07 AM on November 6, 2016 
Definitely potential for a house there :-)

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