He realizado una escena triple de una calle con varios negocios, es semejante a un cuadro tridimensional, aunque divido en tres partes, las cuales funcionan juntas creando una única escena. Aunque también tienen sentido por separado.
My new house, the real one, has the walls somewhat empty, so I've tried something new to decorate one of those walls.
I have made a triple scene of a street with several businesses, it is similar to a three-dimensional picture, although divided into three parts, which work together creating a single scene. Although they also make sense separately.
I have placed the DMF boards together with the correct orientation, and on them I have drawn the different elements following a previous sketch.
Overlaying foam boards of 5 and 10 mm I have created the different volumes of the facade.
También hice la puerta y le puse una cortina por detrás.
I have lined with wood the facade that will be in the center of the composition and I have created a small shopwindow full of old objects (a map, a clock, mirrors, photographs ...)
I also made the door and put a curtain behind.
Pegué el pliego de papel con los ladrillos, y pinté de distintos rojos con una esponja. Al secar, usé masilla de carpintero (que lleva serrín) para manchar la pared por algunas zonas.
To make the wall on the left, I applied on a sheet of thick paper, plastic putty with a stencil of bricks, and before removing it, I touched the surface with an aluminum scourer to get rugosity. When it had dried I painted with acrilic varnish to not to crumble.
I glued the sheet of paper with the bricks, and painted with different hues of red and a sponge. When the surface dried, I used carpenter's putty (which carries sawdust) to stain the wall in some areas.
In the panel over, there ir a window, I used adhesive cork to simulate the stones and applied gesso. I covered the rest of the wall with plastic putty, and when it had dried I painted with a sponge and acrylics. As the color became a bit strong, I bleached with very diluted white acrylic and in some areas I put putty again.
I made the wooden window and covered the glass with old newspapers. I put a wooden sill and the old shutters.
En estas imágenes se puede distinguir el proceso para hacer las bisagras. Las pinté como si estuvieran oxidadas.
Para evitar accidentes, no fijé las mallorquinas hasta que tuve enmarcada la escena.
In the image you can distinguish the process to make the hinges. I used metallic elements of jewelry that are quite rigid.
I painted them as if they were oiled. To avoid accidents, I did not set the Majorcan until I had framed the scene.
With foam boards and some wooden strips I made the shop facades of the right and of the left.
To make the metal gate of the store, I used a corrugated cardboard painted in silver and then aged with acrylics. As it is on the edge of the panel, I have inserted pieces of wire inside to avoid deformation.
Con papel de calco dibujé sobre ella un anuncio antiguo y lo pinte cuidadosamente con acrílicos. Cuando estaba bien seco, lijé hasta conseguir el efecto deseado.
Después di Alkil y apliqué polvos de talco cuando secó para evitar brillos poco realistas.
The wall on the right is also made with plastic putty applied with a spatula.
With tracing paper I drew an old advertisement and I carefully painted with acrylics. When it was dry, I sanded until I got the desired effect.
Then I painted with acrylic varnish and applied talcum powder when it dried to avoid no realistic shining.
To age all surfaces, I have applied wax with some Judea bitumen and eye shadows.
Puse un aplique de bisutería en la puerta para adornar. El tirador es un elemento que se pone para sujetar las alfombras en las escaleras, además he hecho una llave para de agua bruñendo estaño, y un respiradero bajo el escaparate.
The ornaments on the top of the red shop are made by welding wire, and I have oxidized them with specific products.
I put a jewelry applique on the door to decorate. The handle is an element used to fasten the carpets in the stairs, in addition I made a key for water burnishing tin, and a ventilation hole under the shop window.
After framing the pictures I have put the floor in the main scene, and I have placed some details such as the rusty pipe (a rigid tube of plastic curved with the flame of a lighter); A topiary made with a ball of cork and moss; the numbers of buildings (with paper paste and some molds); the angels on either side of the red facade; A nest hidden behind the ramshackle shutter; A climbing plant with white flowers; some posters on the walls...
I send you a warm hug and thank you for being there.