Sunday, December 11, 2011

Trojan Warrior - Day 4

I'm calling it. I'll top coat tomorrow and install on Tuesday, and paint more flying debris on the actual wall. Today was difficult. I did not gear up mentally, because painting the debris seemed pretty straightforward, with little problem solving. So I tried to do it on auto-pilot, and became impatient. Also, I noticed neighbors across the street moving, and I had to keep looking out the window, spying. That house is problematic to the neighborhood, and has been for years. It keeps getting rented to new versions of the previous people, which is an interesting idea for a movie, but sucks when it's real. Then someone gets arrested, and the house sits empty for a while, which is actually good. This last incarnation of "1659 Dwellers" were tolerable. Yep, hard to stay focused today.

I may document the installation, in "how to" steps.


Mary Addison Hackett said...

Have enjoyed seeing the process. Please do document the installation.

Nomi Lubin said...

Oh, wow, the shield sit better now. Before it felt too far in front. Nice.

I too would like to see a picture of it installed with more debris on the actual wall.

Very sorry about your revolving door of new but the same crappy neighbors. Sucks.

Nomi Lubin said...

How will you attach it to the wall?

Elaine Mari, Painter and Drawer said...

It's been great to read about and see the pictures of your process doing this. I would like to see it installed and documentation of the installation.

Neighbours, what nightmare they can be.