Yesterday I finished painting the "great canvas" and you will be able to see it in the photos below. I've also included some shots of the process of building the islands for those of a mind to try something similar. So, without further ado:
Which is why compression is of such value during assembly and storage - those four cans are full.
Next stage is a lot of glue and sand on the glue. When that dries, apainting we will go.
Less than two weeks to go to the play test and vast amounts of stuff still to do. Today, except for this post, I am taking a well deserved rest from the project but will be back hard at it in another day (tomorrow I have a date with a backyard full of leaves and such).
If you are going to be in Sacramento area on January 28th then plan on swinging by the Carmichael Library's meeting room between 10:00 AM and 5:00 PM to join in the fun. The game will not be in its full glory but we'll get a sense of what is working and what is not and have a better idea of what still needs to be done by mid-March for the Big Day.
"Cut free the lines
And square the yards
Get the black flag stowed away"