Modern City Base Boards Part Two
If a job's worth doing, it's worth doing properly. Even if it takes a lot longer than anticipated.
This of course meant that this morning (I really love this holiday weekend) I set about working on the pavement sections. And this means going back to the trusty 3 in 1 Primer, Sealer and Undercoat. It may look pretty straight forward at this point. I fell into that trap. Believe me it wasn't.
This quickly became one of those jobs that just takes as long as it's going to take. In my case this was a little over two hours. Two hours of holding each piece between thumb and forefinger whilst painting the edge. Then laying it down to paint the top surface, holding it in place with a fingernail. Needless to say my fingers soon got a coating, hence the lack of photos. However, once this task was completed (which I did enjoy, despite everything) it did make an impressive view on my dining table.
Next time I'll get to work on the pavements. Then it'll be time to add all the road markings and details to the base boards. Hopefully by then the project will be more interesting than watching paint dry!
Thanks for stopping by to see the progress!