Our poor drywall guy fell off a ladder yesterday! He busted up his head on the concrete floor and cracked some ribs. We're so relieved he's not more injured. I mean, this is bad, but it could have been a lot worse.
A friend of mine from college is a theater tech guy, and he took a really bad fall off a ladder recently, too. My dad broke his thumb falling off a ladder, and I've heard of multiple people who have DIED falling off ladders.
(from OurNestingGround@blogspot.com-This is some other person's house above, not my studio.)
This is the main studio area. I'm going to paint all of this white. The portions above the window I'll just leave as insulation and exposed beams. On the wall to the left, I'll be painting it all the way to the top.
I taped off a perimeter around the walls on the floor, but I think I'm going to need to cover the whole surface. I want to leave the floors as bare concrete, and they're going to spray the drywall texture. I don't want to get it on the floors. I doubt it will stain, but I'd rather not have to scrub it off.
Pretend you're walking down the stairs. Then pretend you're standing on a shaky ladder with a dripping paint roller in your hand. Go on, pretend. Doesn't that look too high up to be painting from a ladder? I'm picky about paint finishes, so I want to do it myself. Grrr. Why can't I train a squirrel or something?