Susan's birdbath got me thinking.
I'm curious how our artistic members would approach some of the more
decorative items that are commonly found in a house.
How would our artists think about creating an intricate crown
molding? Some of them can get very intricate. Here's a few very
I'm not necessarily interested in duplicating something like that,
but many people might be.
You can easily imagine someone getting really involved with it if
they wanted to.
It seems to me that something like that could get intalled into just
about any standard stick-built home that is getting built today. I
can easily imagine a good artist selling very intricate custom
moldings for very high-end homes. You wouldn't be making large
volumes of papercrete, but you certainly could make a large
I'm wondering how difficult it might be to create a fancy form that
can create the patterns into a glorified block that can then be
installed after it dries.
What about other embellishments in a house?
What about other moldings?
This is clearly an area beyond my expertise. I have less artistic
talent than these artists:
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