Hurrah! It seems I’ve been waiting ages to write those words – phase one complete.
It’s been exciting times in the pueblo. The builders have finished their work and the roof terrace is almost tiled. Naturally, because this is Spain, and the house we bought is like a million years old (well it’s only 100 years old, but you know what I mean), things didn’t quite go according to plan. We ended up having to replace 2 ceilings/floors that we hadn’t taken into account, but in the end it was best to get things done properly.
Now, we have walls, ceilings, a new stair case AND a roof terrace! Marvellous isn’t it?
Here’s the latest pictures:
Now all that’s left to do is, render walls inside and out, render ceilings, strip back beams, fit windows, build interior walls, fit doors, remove garage door, chase out for electrics and water, tile floors, paint walls, fit bathroom, and fit kitchen. Easy peasy!
I’ve been playing with a new piece of software I found on t’interweb. Sweet Home 3d is something Google threw up for me. I’ve tried a few of these programs, even before I had an actual house of my own to design – well I am a girl after all. These programs allow even the most amateur of designer to play grown-up dolls houses! This particular program has a host of furniture and house features ready to download. It also allows you to import from other similar programs like Google 3D Warehouse, meaning you can find even the most odd of features for your virtual house. Sweet Home 3D can also produce photos of your masterpiece as well as videos in the form of virtual visits.
So I’ve been playing with my new found software and my first order of business was to attempt to create a virtual representation of Casa San Jorge as it is now. Of course, my house has wobbly walls and a dogleg that only seems apparent from the outside – inside it feels relatively straight, so what I managed to come up with isn’t exact,but it kind of works.
Here’s what I’ve managed to generate so far:
Pretty cool huh?