Pictures of the back of the tinfoil house Kim Beaton is making at Weta.
These are the half Timbers and the roof scales. They are being made separately so they can be all glued on tomorrow.
The small roof has been made from the pieces of roofing tiles that were constructed. They’ve been glued together on top of a cardboard and foil base
Kim has now put a 3mm coating over the entire lower half of the house. This will cure and she’ll begin adding details the next day.
This side room is being built in expectation of the thatch roof being put on top.
The young man’s name is Zac Johnson and he was enjoying working on these with Kim on the Weta stage! He kept working whilst Kim was off for a few days...
Close to finishing the first house! Looking beautiful...
Our Creative DIrector Kim Beaton demonstrating the size and strength of cured Pal Tiya Premium by standing on the finished house!
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