William has completed yet another paper architecture project. This one is the Chrysler Building in NYC. William wrote this short note about it.
This Chrysler Building is the first successful paper model I have made that required a lot of glue. The White House and the US Capitol required some glue, but only four pieces total for both. The Chrysler Building required almost 208 pieces that needed glue.
What his is not telling you is that this is his second attempt at making this building. The first tempt was back in the fall and it didn't go so well. Most of the projects from his paper building book are glueless, but this one and a few others have a number of steps that require glue. William is great with his X-acto knife, but glueing things is a tough task for him. I worked with him on some ways to improve his glueing technique. What we came up with was putting the Elmer's glue in a can and then brushing it where needed with a small brush. This improved things greatly. He is especially excited as to the height of this project, 26 inches tall!
I put photos of this project in the same gallery as the other paper buildings. Scroll to the bottom to see the Chrysler Building. See them here.
Are you wondering what the next project will be? It will look something like this.