Monday, September 12, 2011

The Bostonian

This is the project that got me rethinking my 5 minute rule and about more closely reading the instructions. In my haste I just put the main building together. If only I had read the instruction I would have known that you start with the front board walk first and work from there. So long story short...I had to "pop" it apart, sand it down and actually re-sculpt some details lost in the process. It is a great model by "Arnica Montana" I would suggest it to anyone (just read the instructions!)

I chose to use the side stair add-on kit...it took a little bit of fiddling to work. But I think it was worth it in the end.

 If I could take a picture to save my life you would see that I fashioned "batwing" doors for the front.
 Hitching post is just a left over railing cut and sanded a bit.

"Psst, wanna buy a bottle?"

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