Sunday, March 25, 2018

Foam to plaster it will be our secret!

You might never know after we are done, how this was really made with chicken wire and foam! It is exactly how they made the Matterhorn at Disneyland.

Sunday, March 4, 2018

Doorway magic.

After a few consecutive overtime weekends and various other commitments that prevented us from building, Raquel and I finally made it back to the dome. Even just the little task we did was enough to get us back into the building groove.

Mesh is the support for the jar windows.

The mesh was screwed into the door frame. This will not be "load bearing"
The jars were duct taped together.

After the jars were taped together, they were then secure to another wire mesh.

The row of jars was taped to the mesh support.

Another angle. The center jar is purple and will not stick out as far.

Once it is all secured, it will be foamed together

A cold and windy day requires a snowy day hat and braids.

I have used this foam stuff before and I usually get covered in it.

Instruct- what?

The first can of foam was not a disaster.

I am an expert at making it up as I go along.

First can results

A closer look.

After the second can.

Oh nice! Remember how funky the sink looked before plaster.
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