I can share some eye candy, because now that the roof is on, the silhouette of the house is pretty much finalised. It is such a cute house, and I think bears a fraternal resemblance to the Pickett Hill (PH) . I can't wait to get the windows in but they are so fragile that I don't dare put them in until everything else is finished. I haven't put the bedroom divider wall in yet either, as I want to leave working room for finishing the stair rail and the bedroom doors.
I'm rather dubious about the shingles which came with the kit, which are of the thinnest veneer. I'm a bit worried that they will curl when painted with water-based acrylic paint. I might shingle a little bit of one roof, let it dry, then test paint it just to see what happens. My plan is to shingle the roof flush with the edges of each roof panel, then apply bargeboard to cover up the rough edge of the roof, and glue more of the trim I used on the conservatory, underneath the eaves as gingerbread.