Inspiration Idea #3

And finally, idea #3. This one embraces the idea of it being an inside scene. Just not the inside space most people think of.

A tunnel.


A tunnel with brickwork and walkways.


Possibly some ladders and murky water.


Pealing paint, rust, and water stains are a must.


And a rusty gate or grate, to keep the critters out (or in), will be necessary.


And there you have it, the last of my 3 ideas. It’s hard to say which one is my favorite. I kind of love the idea of all 3 of them. I’m thinking once I receive the kit I’ll have a better idea of which idea to go with. I just hope I don’t come up with more ideas before then.

Inspiration Idea #2

Idea #2 is similar to idea #1. It involves being the outside of a building. However the setting is a little different.

Idea two would also be rich in history and unique architecture.


However, the inspiration would be the stairs, waterman’s stairs to be exact.


It would include rusted metal, algae, and watermarks on brick and stonework.


It would be set at low tide so that things like old wooden pier pilings, rocks and sand, and maybe a few lost treasures.


And that is idea #2. A little less whimsical than idea #1, but lots of fun details none the less.

And next up: idea #3


Inspiration Idea #1

I’m excited about the new HBS Creatin Contest Kit. My brain sprung into action as soon as I saw it.


My first impressions when I saw the kit was that it was meant to be the inside of a room. So my unconventional thinking thought it would be cool to make this the outside of a building.

I’m thinking something rustic and overgrown.


Maybe the outside of an abandoned building with stairs, moss, and stonework.


Some trees growing up through the ruins would add a whimsical touch.


A unique door would be a must.


Something old, that time has forgotten with lots of texture and history.


That’s idea #1.

Next up: idea #2