Thanks for the compliments and you really should start something of your own!! It's not that complicated really, and the beauty of styrofoam is that if you make a mistake you can just glue another piece on and cover it, because you're going to grout all over it anyways.ozzybabe77":3eyao1k5 said:Wow.... just wow! I wish I could do something like this! Maybe in the future :wink: And I know you said you don't like how you can see the separate layers of styrofoam in the finished product, but I actually think it makes it look more rock-like! Because rocks *do* have layers, don't they? makes me think of like giant redstone cliffs! Amazing work, seriously! I also love the little touches like the fake grass, which makes it look really authentic, you're future beardie will sure be a lucky gal Seeing projects like this make me feel inspired to start something of my own! Maybe my baby boy will get something for next Christmas :lol:
Hi, if you look at the first page of this post you are able to see the fixtures I used. You should be able to buy those at any hardware store. There's plastic ones and ceramic ones, make sure you get ceramic ones if you are going to use high wattage heat lamps. If you stay under 60 watts or so you can go for the plastic ones as well. For the wiring you can use regular household wiring.gibz117":1nhddka5 said:What kind of light fixtures did you use and where can one get them?