Seascape Relief: Update 11
The only time to check the progress was late at night when it was totally dark - I wanted to have a nice even glow around the buildings, and have clean lines when viewed from extreme side angles.
The city needed to have a predominantly white back lighting, while the clouds needed blue and the fading sunset a deep red.
The brackets tended to break easily, the lights themselves did not want to stay in place and there were many nights that I had layers of bricks holding everything down as I tried to train the lights to stay the way I wanted them to. The lights look a bit naked sitting there on the backing board, but I wanted to show you the steps in between the really cool stages.
After breaking several dozen bracket as I screwed them into the board, I had to go by more lights just to cannibalize the parts from them to create more brackets.