Here is the final pictures of the paper mache project: I apologize for the fuzzy aspect to the pictures. They were taken with my phone camera. Also, I tilted the globe so you can see the north and south poles more clearly: I am looking down at the globe toward the northern hemisphere and… Continue reading Paper Mache Project Completed
Paper Mache Planet Update!
Finally! I have succeeded in determining a way to paint my planet. This is the first batch of paint — it will need at least two if not three coats of acrylic paint – and there is some pieces of continent in the southern hemisphere and three islands in the northern hemisphere that have yet… Continue reading Paper Mache Planet Update!
World-building Part 5 – Geomorphology (planetary features)
Note this is a series: Part One, Part Two, Part Three, and Part Four. A note for my readers, especially those interested in my paper mache planet project: This post in particular describes how I created my own tectonic plate maps, determined the geological features of my own planet including major rivers and lakes; I’ve… Continue reading World-building Part 5 – Geomorphology (planetary features)
Paper Mache Planet Part 1
The first part of my planet project has begun! I wanted to include an update of this project this week. My desktop computer is still down, and although my laptop is a bit finicky, it’s still useable, so I’m updating from it for this week. I spent most of the time since my last update… Continue reading Paper Mache Planet Part 1