Alain Martel <kua### [at] videotronca> wrote:
> > Progress rendering of workbench and Jack. Looking for interesting camera angles.
> > This one features the corkscrew. I think the shadow quality is looking nice.
> > Miller
> Note regarding the ceiling : Usually, the first layer of planks above
> less prone to creaking.
> Other than that, Great image.
yep, I've seen it that way.
My farmhouse was built in 1866. The floorboards are/were pine, no
tongue-n-groove, and run perpendicular to the trusses. When I bought the house
and removed the carpet, I could see why there was carpet..hahah. You could see
the crawl space from gaps in the planking. Not sure why no TG...or oak. I was
told the property was built from the surrounding trees. It does have good bones
though - rough-sawed true 2x4 oak which is now petrified. I could only use
hardened spikes or tapcon screws while remodeling....And yes, very creaky.
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