Yay, today's project is somehwat insane! :D
Over the past three days I've been working on a very special kind of street... I wanted to make the milky way - out of actual milk.
Now, here it is:
See how the street sign can change its language:
Apparently, on the Milky Way they're driving on the right...
I was having a lot of fun folding all kinds of different paper spaceships. A mere few minutes before I was going to pour the milk, I suddenly thought that I simply had to add a little blue box here, somewhere - it's not very detailed but recognisable, I'm sure, especially since it is lopsided as ever. :D
Those spaceships did float rather well, except they kept drifting towards the edges, so on many pictures it looked like they were about to crash or - as in the first one - drift over into the oncoming lane...
Here's what the basic piece looked like before being flooded:
It's made of cardboard covered with tin foil. The sides are plain black paper with some stars painted on them. The centre line is made of a long straw painted black. The size of the whole thing is about 36 x 26 cm, so, actually quite small. All the more surprising how much milk fit in there: I didn't have enough and had to fill it up with water until it was more than half a litre.
This was great fun! (And a big mess in the end...) :D