[Darkroom] darkroom prep.

Lilia Markham liliakai at gmail.com
Sat Sep 11 20:32:54 UTC 2010

Would it not be best to notice and properly repair such cracks rather than
covering them up in advance with fabric? Moreover, if the ceiling is
intended/doomed to become storage, maybe we should just put in some time to
make it stronger/less crackable?

On Sep 11, 2010 12:47 PM, "Rubin Abdi" <rubin at starset.net> wrote:
> miloh wrote, On 20100911 120151:
>> Instead of painting, I started rocking the ceiling, because I think
>> fabric would be tacky. I'll work on the rocking and the PVA coat
>> today, then black paint coats can go on Sunday.
> The whole point of putting fabric on the ceiling is to prevent light
> from getting through when the structure shifts and changes as time
> progresses. People will put stuff on the ceiling for storage and what
> not, cracking holes into the the room. Fabric doesn't really crack,
> paint does.
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> Rubin Abdi
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