Cutting the templates out for the three top layers of the base design was tricky, as they needed some refinement after I had them all shaped. After getting each of the layers shaped the way I had wanted, I glued them together as suggested in the instructions, drilled the various holes for the chair, the time generator unit, the adapter plug (when I get it installed) and the switch to turn the power on/off.
Following these steps, I
sanded the base layers to a smooth contour that satisfied me and then
spray-painted it a dark brown ( Rustoleum "Painter's Touch"
Kona Brown Gloss). Attaching the floor cushion was next.
Then time generator unit
is painted in its customary 'hunter green' color, keeping the pod rims
masked off to allow for later painting in its brass/gold sheen. The
upper assembly that will hold the spinning dish is also masked to permit
later coverage in the brass paint.
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