Today I finished painting the loops that go on the back part of the large structure. I like the colors in them, and by themselves, I like how they look, but I have two problems with them: They blend into the background (that can be solved with black outlines, so not that big of a deal) and I'm not especially fond of how they look when paired with the tree tops for the jungle scene. See below:
The tree tops are all outlined in black. In the above picture, I was just starting that part.
The problem is that these loopy things are in two very different scenes, and I can't paint them specifically for either of the two scenes because then they will look oddly out of place in the other scene.
So I'm trying to decide if i should add additional "spray" paint (I diluted the regular paint about 1 part paint to 4 parts water and sprayed it on with a spray bottle), or if I should do a paint wash over what I have already (but then what about the other scene?) or should I do a paint wash AND more spray, or a light spray in two different patterns?
On a more positive note, here are the completely finished Who houses (except if we put a few Who faces in some of the windows)
So, any ideas or opinions?