Abandoned attic finished

Hello I have finished my Abandoned attic i enjoyed making it.





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Wow! The attention to detail is amazing! Love the little strip of photos. It’s like someone was really living here. It’s a little haunting.

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Rather creepy and definitely abandoned! :scream: This is awesome. The detail and the mood you created are perfect. Well done.

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Love the details…the windows are fantastic…just need a few spider webs to really creep me out! Great job! Makes me wonder why people store broken things in their attic? Everyone seems to do this where I live! The photos are so eerie…

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Yes, very realistic and creepy! The cracked plaster on the walls looks so authentic, and all the old pictures are very evocative. Amazing detail!

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Wowwwwweeewowwow! Is there anything I DON’T love about this? I’m floored. Amazing detail! I have to say that the little secret door is my favorite detail…. I love this.

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eeeeuuuuwwww, creepy! like something out of a horror film!

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oooooh, so spooky! Love the doll and the umbrella! So many tiny detailed touches. It’s phenomenal.

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Thank you all for your comments it means a lot I’m glad you like it x

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You really ticked all the boxes to bring this abandoned attic to life! I’m especially enamored of the roof’s shingles and dried leaves.

:fire: This project is hot, hot, hot! And one of this week’s featured projects! Congrats! :fire:

Thia is simply AWESOME! Most dollhouse type projects are so neat and orderly. This one is grungy and decayed. I bet this was more difficult than making something pretty.

This totally reminds me of the attic that Georgie the Ghost inhabits from the books by Robert Bright, except a little less creepy. You did such an amazing job with this. What are the shingles made from?

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How eerily wonderful!

The shingles are made with plaster x

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Thank you everyone for commenting , it was fun to do.

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Ooh… there’s a dark story in there… I love it.

You did such an amazing job with this! I think the first abandoned attic piece I ever saw was on Bentley House Minis, and I have been intrigued ever since. I could never make one because that level of detail is beyond my patience level, so I am very impressed with how well you captured the abandoned look and all of the details you added.

It makes me wonder what the “story” is behind this attic- what happened to the child that owned the doll? Who are the people in the photos? It could be a fun inspiration for a creative writing group!