The First Coast structure is now in the bag. Photos can pick up errors the naked eye can’t. After looking at my previous construction shots it was apparent that I’d made the electrical conduits too large of a diameter so I needed to go back and replace those. One of the more effective illusions of photo wallpaper is in the window area. By stacking two sheets on top of one another the windows are very convincing. The bottom layer is gloss photo paper. The second stack, the wall with the windows cut out, gets the Dullcote treatment. The end result is the impression of window glass glare. You can also see elements just behind the glass such as blinds. The loading dock was made from a block of 1 x 2 PVC “wood”.