Welbie L. Fuller Residence

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Post by Jeff Myers »

I have uploaded the Welbie L. Fuller House to the Warehouse. Due to the many inaccuracies I named it "Bridge House". I hope to redo some of these houses like the Carlson and Fuller Houses to be more accurate.
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http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/ ... 81d350191c
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Post by Jeff Myers »

The module of the home is 4 ft 4 in not 4 ft.

The home included a bar-b-que pit on the first floor, going up the home had an interesting sofa with built in storage behind the back rest. It’s similar to Carlson but on a bit of a grander scale, in my opinion.
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Post by Jeff Myers »

2019 revisit model.
Wood, cemestos, and concrete block textures see by me.
This is just the work in progress at the moment.

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Post by SDR »

Interesting. Tell me about the diagonal floor texture ...

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Post by Jeff Myers »

I just merely drew a board and repeated that then draped the lines onto the surface below. This will look better with wood textures. The floors are ponderosa or southern yellow pine.
The wood has an oil based coating with Johnson’s wax. This darkens the wood to the “Cherokee red� hue we see.

Through photos I was sent by Tulane I was able to match the colors to the best of my ability.
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Post by Jeff Myers »

There may be a reason I never uploaded the photos of the home

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