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Made the "inverted U-shape" crossbar in above the screen where the rail for the curtains will hide and brought out all the boards for the ceiling diffusion. The remains from the glue came off reasonably by use of a chisel. Got the 6 first up and repainted. It'll be about 70 in total.
Today unfortunately we suddenly got rain and I hadn't covered the heap of wood, so I'm a bit nervous about how it will look tonight - if I can use it or not. ( Forecast hadn't shown any rain incoming. )
Don't know if I've written about it before, but one thing with this very flat paint - when I was doing the computer models, it was hard to get a non-reflective black not to come out in a greenish grey where lit, and it's actually looking very like that IRL too, so the lighting model wasn't flawed. It does seem like this paint is totally free of any specular reflection which is good, but one cannot help wonder if it would be possible to suck out the direct lighting even better too. I think I should try out a small can of Rosco just to see if it can get any better or not.