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Lol "Make twice as many as you think you need.  Then triple that.  That will probably be enough to cover half your roof."  XD;

Lol "Make twice as many as you think you need. Then triple that. That will probably be enough to cover half your roof." XD;

Foro de Belenismo - Miniaturas, detalles y complementos -> Puertas, ventanas, Balcones

Foro de Belenismo - Miniaturas, detalles y complementos -> Puertas, ventanas, Balcones

These are bookends. The site is in Polish and I translated it... not much info to help, but I think the bricks are cardboard and the stone floor is cut from nubby egg carton material. Very clever surface texture idea.

These are bookends. The site is in Polish and I translated it... not much info to help, but I think the bricks are cardboard and the stone floor is cut from nubby egg carton material. Very clever surface texture idea.

Domus project 13-37: Water cistern with iron door http://pietrasupietra.blogspot.com/2012/01/construction-13-water-cistern.html - http://pietrasupietra.blogspot.com/2012/12/construction-37-brick-staircase-part-3.html  The Domus project is the construction in scale 1:50 of an imaginary medieval palace. It's made of clay, stones, slate, wood and other construction materials in the style of rich genoese buildings from the middle of XIV century.

Domus project 13-37: Water cistern with iron door http://pietrasupietra.blogspot.com/2012/01/construction-13-water-cistern.html - http://pietrasupietra.blogspot.com/2012/12/construction-37-brick-staircase-part-3.html The Domus project is the construction in scale 1:50 of an imaginary medieval palace. It's made of clay, stones, slate, wood and other construction materials in the style of rich genoese buildings from the middle of XIV century.

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