Monday, August 19, 2013

Mish Mash

Okay, I'm going to post several images of the different stages of progress with both buildings. I've also decided that, at the end of each post from this point on, I'll provide a link to view the latest image of my finger. I'd like to document the stages of healing. So, like the newscasts on television, stay tuned for updates. (or for those of you who have a morbid curiosity, just scroll down to the bottom of the post for the link. )

 This is a how the glaze room looks with the final coat of paint. I used heavy duty enamel porch paint for the counter tops.

The view I have from the glaze room window. I have a perfect view of the chickens.

It was dusk so the Girls were bedding down for the night.

  1. The glaze studio stocked with glazes and materials. I really like experimenting with different glaze recipes so I like to have a full compliment of materials.

I'm currently working on the space between my studio and our negihbor's fence. They say good fences make good neighbors. I think that nice fences make great neighbors so I used new wood and plan to stain it to match their existing face.

This is the view from the inside. The space just to the left is for wood storage for the fire pit. I figure it will hold about 1/3 of a cord of wood.  I've cleaned up the space and stacked the wood, but I didn't get a picture of that before the sun went down. I'll do that in another post.

Here's how it looks from the outside with the finished door. I still need to trim out the window, but I want to wait until I've finished the inside of the studio first. The fire pit is ablaze with wood scraps left over from the pallets. 

Remember how I said I scored 400 square feet of free wood flooring from a now defunct strip club?  I just found this sign on one of the pieces. Do you really think they meant to refer to their workers as an infectious bacteria?

Finger update:
It's been one full week since the "accident". Here's the link to the latest image: 

See Ya!