And now that the second floor is more or less completed, it's time to add all of that detail work that we applied to the first floor before! Let's take a look at the second floor's before and after: 









Finally, it's time to turn the kitchen into a haunted, horrible place for its spirit world version:



And here in this second part of the kitchen creation, I'll add some bonus details to make the room come alive a bit more; more shelves and stuff like that. 

In the open space between the desks we'll put the fridge once Fred has finished making it:



Next up, it's time to start working on the kitchen room, where we'll have one of the mini boss encounters against that fridge which we've shown the prototype of previously. 

For those of you that still remember, I did create some of these kitchen props ages ago (among the first things I made for the ghost ship), but now it's finally time to put them in their actual context and make this room properly: 

We're back with a new week, and it's time for the ghost ship exterior to get more detail work! This time around it's all about making it look old and worn, adding moss and decorations fit an old ship drifting the sea for quite a while:



Finally, some more updates from Fred's animation department, featuring the captain, the giant eye, and.... a strange looking ghost?! 





Now, next week is Teddy's birthday, and in celebration of springtime we're all gonna take a week off to recharge our batteries with some of the sunlight. Therefore, the next blog post will be posted on May 13th!
In the boss department, Teddy and Fred has managed to give the eye an actual body and some personality! This also entails another mechanic, where the eye leaps out from its place in the wall and jumps around with a bunch of smaller eyes. Eyes, eyes, everywhere!

Your challenge here is to find the eye that has a different color from the rest and eliminate it, all while being shot at by the remaining smaller eyes on the wall: 


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