25 June 2012


White washed cedar (big thanks to Pat!), milled down the center (big thanks to Charlie!), flanks the decorative 2' x 2' tin panels.

In the end, because I found the metal's high contrasting lights and darks to be distracting when drawing, I decided to take them down and paint them white.

Main thing missing: CROWN MOLDING. To be continued.


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