Can you spot the change from this roof to this new one that I am posting today? And I don’t mean the background color.
I decided I prefer drawing the old-fashioned way – with paper and pencil and paints. But I will probably plod along with this scheme of roofs until I get to the fun part, which will be adding color and texture and variety.
I hope you will come back tomorrow – I plan to post an interview with a relationships coach. Stay tuned.
16 thoughts on “Facade Revision – Spot the Change”
Aren’t the panes different? They seem more narrow in today’s facade.
Shh… let other people guess, too. Glad you were able to see the difference.
I am sorry if I spoilt the game.
Actually, in reviewing your response (I’m teasing you a bit), I see that you only got it partially correct. The panes aren’t really narrower.
I think I got it. But I won’t spoil it twice. 🙂
Hmmm… You mean I can’t say just yet? Can’t wait for the answer. Thanks for stopping by my food blog! It was nice to see you there. 😉
No, no, *you* can guess, but Ilana-Davita should wait (since she already guessed once).
Anyway, I enjoyed your hats, Paz.
I think I see it too. 🙂 But I’m most interested in seeing the colors and textures you add.
Thanks. Maybe tomorrow I’ll plow (plough?) forward with this project.
I had trouble spotting the difference but fun to try.
Six panes, instead of nine in the first post. Also there’s less space on the top of the six panes???????? Is that the difference? LOL!
Yes – I originally copied the window panes from the roof area for the second floor windows. But then I looked at the house across the street – my set up didn’t look right. Yesterday I switched it to 6 panes per second floor window. You got it right, Paz.
Yay! That was fun to guess! 😉
I see the pane difference in the first floor, but not difference in the roof. 🙂
The roof stayed the same.
I saw the six pane difference….