Prototype pix – rusted

The rusted patina of these models brings out the details of the working lines carved with stone mauls as well as the rotting holes caused by millennia of rain.

Fingers for scale. 76th scale Trilithon Two, Stonehenge.
Fingers for scale. 76th scale Trilithon Two, Stonehenge.
Bottom right, on the side of 'fatty' Stone 54 are the transverse working lines.
Bottom right, on the side of ‘fatty’ Stone 54 are the transverse working lines.
The polished faces on the inside of Trilithon Two. 'Skinny' on the left, Stone 53 has the line of 18th Century graffiti at eyeline height, below which and central are the easily seen dagger and axe and running diagonally are the quartz veins. Who knows if the flaws in the vuggy sarsen stone were present in some way when the builders erected the stones.
The polished faces on the inside of Trilithon Two. ‘Skinny’ on the left, Stone 53 has the line of 18th Century graffiti at eyeline height, below which and central are the easily seen dagger and axe and running diagonally are the quartz veins.
Who knows if the flaws in the vuggy sarsen stone were present in some way when the builders erected the stones.
The large 'T' on the bottom left of the picture on 'fatty' Stone 54 are working lines - they're around 6 foot off the ground. Between them, running near horizontally are finer parallel working lines around 6 inches apart. On 'skinny' the thinner Stone 53, in the centre, is a vertical rib, another working line, hammered with stone mauls.
The large ‘T’ on the bottom left of the picture on ‘fatty’ Stone 54 are working lines – they’re around 6 foot off the ground. Between them, running near horizontally are finer parallel working lines around 6 inches apart.
On ‘skinny’ the thinner Stone 53, in the centre, is a vertical rib, another working line, hammered with stone mauls.
Bottom right, on the side of 'fatty' Stone 54 are the transverse working lines. Trilithon Two, Stonehenge.
Bottom right, on the side of ‘fatty’ Stone 54 are the transverse working lines.
Trilithon Two, Stonehenge.

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