Friday, September 9, 2016

Rue du College,the interior.

Do you remember my last project, rue du College?
Well, I have wallpapered and furnished the rooms.



Nothing Luxurious but the atmosphere of a comfortable house in 1900.
Wallpapers are original. I put my printer to work and it worked well. The paper is pasted on "future board", so it's easible removeable. Nothing adheres to the wall.
 View from the outside


At night....



"Voici lle petit salon"...



The parents'bedroom... no curtains yet...



The hallway..


The dining room partially furnished...



"la bibliotheque"






Working on the painting of the house, acrylic and oil.



Then little by little, it becomes to look real



At night ...

The facade opens in 2/3, 1/3


Have a great and relaxing weekend.


R.I.P.
Mimine has been a great companion for years. She has now crossed the Rainbow Bridge and is no longer supporting me in my periods of doubts. I am sure she's in peace now. I miss her.


JJ and Fifi are here to fill the emptiness...



 and Tiger doesn't like it when he sees a box.... They are all cats I rescued and they are very attached to me.


I'll never go anywhere without them :)

24 comments:

  1. Très réussie la décoration des pièces, j'aime particulièrement la salle à manger avec la collection de porcelaines.

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  3. The house is gorgeous. I love the way you age your buildings. The newly decorated rooms are beautiful.

    I am so sorry for your loss. R.I.P. sweet Mimine.

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    1. Thank you Catherine. Luckily I have the other three cats to keep me company. I would like to know if you have made moldings of the golden ornament you presented in your blog? I would need something like that to decorate the front door. Thanks

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    2. Yes, I cast several for a friend who is planning a French house. I made her six of them in Apoxie Sculpt (Epoxy Modeling Compound). They are very strong.

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    3. If you want one please leave me your information on my blogs last post. ;-)

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  4. I am so sorry about Mimine. :[

    That hallway photo is especially delightful. All of your rooms are so realistic! :D

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  5. Your College is Exceptional Patrick, both inside and out! The way in which you have added dimension and age to the exterior is particularly interesting to me, and you NEVER fail to Impress with your level of skill and your attention to the detail. :D

    I'm so sorry to hear about you cat. I know that you are feeling her loss and my thoughts are with you at this time. We'd lost all 3 of our cats all within the same year, so at least you have the others there, to ease your pain.

    elizabeth

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    1. Thank you Elizabeth. Always good to hear from you. I think that the only way to improve weathering techniques is to practice a lot and try new techniques.
      Luckily, the other cats are doing well and they ply a lot together.

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  6. Incredible work, Patrick. Your weathering techniques are superb, I wish I was half as good.
    I'm so sorry about Mimine, I hope you recover soon.
    Si

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    1. Hello Si, thanks for your message, Happy you like my building. I also follow the progress on your antique shop. It is a very elegant residence. I love your yellow room upstairs. Have a great weekend
      Patrick

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  7. Sei incredible Patrick! Meraviglioso tutto, gatti compresi! Ho anch'io sofferto un sacco per ogni gatto di casa che ci ha lasciato, per cui capisco il senso di perdita.....

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    1. Grazie mille Blanche. Sono felice che ti piace miei edifici.

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  8. Has hecho un trabajo impresionante en la casa,tanto en el exterior como en la decoración interior,se ve todo tan real!!!! Gran trabajo,enhorabuena!!
    Seguro que Mimine será feliz allí dónde esté ahora y te queda la compañía de JJ,Fifí y Tiger,que son adorables!
    Besos.

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  9. Très beau travail. Quel plaisir de se promener à l'intérieur de cette maison bourgeoise et de regarder chaque détail. Bravo.

    Désolé pour votre mimine. Nous avons en garde les 2 chats de ma fille et de mon gendre et ce n'est que du bonheur. Ces 2 boules de poils se mettent partout sur mon atelier ou dans des endroits insoupçonnés. Heureusement vous avez la compagnie de nouveau chats.

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    1. Merci Patricia,
      Oui, il reste les 3 autres chats qui passent leur temps devant le ventilateur et ne retourneraient pour rien au monde vivre dans la rue.

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  10. Tes maisons me font de plus en plus rêver. Tu es aussi doué pour l'architecture que la décoration intérieure.
    Geneviève

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    1. Merci Genevieve, ca sera le decors de ton....10ieme livre, LOL!

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  11. Bonjour Patrick,
    Je suis désolé pour Mimine. Je pense a toi Durant cette période difficile. Merci pour les photos, cést une maison miniature fantastique! Jádore votre travail.
    A bientôt
    Giac

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    1. Merci Giac, tes compliments me touchent beaucoup. Mimine a eu une belle vie tranquille avec ses trois copains. Elle etait malade a la fin de sa vie.

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  12. Sorry for your loss Patrick, you are lucky to have your lovely cat family to comfort you. I just love your work, it inspires me so much.

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