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EricThe Shed05 Oct 2017 7:16 a.m. PST

Hi Folks

Managed to finish off all the core boartds in the last few days – now onto the bits and pieces

progress and pics on the blog




sgt Dutch05 Oct 2017 7:44 a.m. PST

Every well down sir.

N0tt0N05 Oct 2017 7:59 a.m. PST

That's spectacular. I notice in your earlier posts that the town was walled. Is that just a different configuration of moveable buildings or is the buildings now more permanently in this configuration?

Well done. Super job!

EricThe Shed05 Oct 2017 8:02 a.m. PST

Hi N0tt0N

The original set I bought off ebay was walled – I decided that I wanted to break the set down and base the various buildings. The walls were used to build some of the bases you see above. That way the 'walled buildings can be used on their own as farmhouses, villas etc.

Sneak peak of the battle we played Monday illustrates this


This battle will be posted up in the near future

N0tt0N05 Oct 2017 8:04 a.m. PST


Baranovich05 Oct 2017 1:11 p.m. PST

Amazing work!!

Lonkka1Actual06 Oct 2017 2:31 a.m. PST

Awesome once again!

I really like how the bases work so well together -the village looks so very lifelike. The non straight angle streets really add to this without making the village look too chaotic.

Bandolier06 Oct 2017 4:47 a.m. PST

It looks wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

EricThe Shed09 Oct 2017 10:52 p.m. PST

Thank you folks

ThePeninsularWarin15mm Inactive Member15 Oct 2017 10:38 a.m. PST

Great looking buildings. I've read where the window shutters of these buildings in Spain and Portugal were normally colored. A green or yellow being more preferred. I know to at least some degree, this was also done in Italy. I realize the buildings on my blog do not reflect this, but I wasn't entirely aware of this until after the fact.

basileus66 Inactive Member15 Oct 2017 10:15 p.m. PST

Great work, indeed! Perhaps you could dull the colour of the roof tiles a bit, with greens, grey-greens and browns shades, to simulate the wear of the tiles caused by the elements and birds! (you should see how birds love to Bleeped text on roofs! Nasty little beasts!) If you include some buildings with wooden roofs, it would look even more realistic.

Rallynow Supporting Member of TMP15 Oct 2017 10:43 p.m. PST

Good lord, this is nice.

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