Poor old Purple he doesn't know he is alive yet but your right Peter, I won't go into mass production just yet, got give him a chance.Markg, your floats are truly unique, the standard is just so individual - Purple Peanut eat your heart out! PS, don't give up the day job lol.
Purple I guess that you probably started painting these floats fairly sober (see the nicely painted ones at the back) but by the time you got round to the couple at the front you had probably become a little less sober???Lo tack tape would give you a sharper edge to your paint if you need sharper that is.
PPand Binka are an invasive species, I don't know how they got here but I hope they don't start breeding then our ilk have had it but it might be too late but don't give up.Markg, great reply it made me laugh! We must have gone to the same school cos my floats are just like yours! I don't care what the finish is like as long as they work. Mind you, I wish I had the skill and patience to make floats like PP or Binka - I am always in too much of a rush to actually use my efforts! I make too many, I must have hundreds.