|Chelsea working on furniture|
|Everything slides around too much on the foil.|
We decided to try making a few bases with the regular sized Lego and sticking the larger Lego sheets to it. That is going to
|A better way|
work much better. We can more easily take it in and out of the shell, and more easily attach furniture and Lego people to it. The grooves may also make it easier to wire. We'll see. We experimented with a few different Lego means of holding up the floor and finally found the best one to hold up a sheet of Lego. Art and Andrew went out to Toys-r-Us and got sheets of Lego for the upstairs and downstairs floors. We will re-measure and then see about cutting the Lego sheets to size.
Going with the Lego sheet floor, we decided to glue the flat Lego
We brainstormed a bunch about behaviors for the dollhouse. Do we want them to be automatic or interactive? How much harder will it be to make them interactive? We know we want lights for the disco and bedroom at least, and Andrew wants to record and
The upstairs is still an issue. The plan is to put the bottom floor in and then measure the distance from the bottom floor to where we want the ceiling to be and then try to take another, more precise measurement of the top floor. The tricky thing is that, because the shell slopes upwards and inwards, the higher we go, the less surface area we will have for the second floor.
|Various furnishings, now with Lego glued beneath them|