Chimney Complete (Top View)

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Chimney Complete (Top View)

I like how this came out and I hope it is durable over the long term. It also occurs to me that if I want to return the bricks more to their rough (non-clear-coated) original state, I could sand them lightly with fine grit sandpaper to remove the clear coat. I also found some matte consistency clear coat as an alternative, but I think I'll stick with it the way it is for now.



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My First Build: The Beacon Hill

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If you feel like getting really obsessive with detailing, colored pencils in the dark gray, rust, moss green, burnt umber, etc. hues will age the bricks and mortar very nicely.

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Kathie - your comment demonstrates the precise point where artists like yourself leave amateur fumblers like me in the dust!

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