fairfield DOWNLOAD: Greenleaf Fairfield: Preplanning Colors / Free Photoshop File

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Hello everyone! 

I have taken the liberty of sharing my Layered PSD Photoshop file of the Greenleaf Fairfield Dollhouse. I created this file to help my wife choose the colors that she wanted for the outside of the house.

Photoshop File: You can download the Photoshop file at: http://www.caddisart.com/fairfield?utm_source=LinkToCAIFairfield&utm_medium=LinkToCAIFairfield&utm_campaign=LinkToCAIFairfield

You can see the :30 video of me making this file at:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xa7tgUjgUo0

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out and let me know or reach me on the download page. 

PS - this page wouldn't let me upload the 157K cover photo of the project even though it says I can upload a 500K image. Something broken here. 

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Very cool Robert.  I love the idea.

You can make a photo album after 5 posts.

Was this your first Dollhouse?

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Yes, however, I had 4 years of architectural drafting in school, plus I am a Photoshop Teacher, which made this a very easy transition. This is, however, my wife's house and she's still building. 

I am creating a 1:12 scale video production studio which should prove interesting. (it's in another post on facebook)

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Fascinating!  

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On 1/22/2020, 6:06:20, rblanda said:

Hello everyone! 

I have taken the liberty of sharing my Layered PSD Photoshop file of the Greenleaf Fairfield Dollhouse. I created this file to help my wife choose the colors that she wanted for the outside of the house.

Photoshop File: You can download the Photoshop file at: http://www.caddisart.com/fairfield?utm_source=LinkToCAIFairfield&utm_medium=LinkToCAIFairfield&utm_campaign=LinkToCAIFairfield

You can see the :30 video of me making this file at:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xa7tgUjgUo0

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out and let me know or reach me on the download page. 

PS - this page wouldn't let me upload the 157K cover photo of the project even though it says I can upload a 500K image. Something broken here. 

Beautiful house!  

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