Por mi parte, sigo estudiando idiomas.
Y en lo que respecta a las miniaturas, pondré a la venta mis escenas en unos días y continuaré con el blog intentando echar una manita siempre que pueda.
Como veis, tengo la agenda algo apretada.
For my part, I continue studying languajes.
And with respect to the miniatures, in short I will put on the market my roomboxes while I will try to make useful tutorials on my blog.
So that I'll have a tight agenda.
However, for my mental and spiritual well being, I will find some time every night to make miniatures and avoid me thinking for a few hours in our daily problems and obligations.
If I were a pragmatist, I should accept, but I know myself, and I am sure that accepting the first order means changing this hobby into an obligation, into something very much like a job, and therefore into a source of concerns.
No sé donde me llevará esto, pero esa es la gracia de vivir una aventura tan divertida.
Each of my scenes will be unique, original, unrepeatable... reflection of my spirit, my skills, my concerns... and all of them will be the result of a total creative freedom.
I do not know how far I'll get but that's the point of this funny adventure.
Once I have told you this drag, I'd like to show you a very different scene to the last one. This is a sweet scene, optimistic and quite feminine. Because there's nothing like a few days off to see the world in a different color.
As usual, I've started making the roombox with three MDF boards assembled with dowels.
The baseboard, one of the walls and the floor is covered with balsa wood stripes, painted or tinted.
You can get the wallpaper here.
I've taken advantage of some things hat you already know, such as a 'very old sideboard', a 'modern chair', and a rug printed following this process.