Friday, November 30, 2012

28mm Inn

Last spring I picked up some GW terrain to use with Songs of Arthur and Merlin. I finally finished a second house. I did this one in muted colours and let the wash bring up the details. A 28mm figure is placed for scale.


The chimney is not crooked (as it looks in the picture)--that is a function of the angle the photo is shot at. I'm reasonably happy with this paint job. Not A-1 but close enough for gaming purposes. Too many damned skulls, though.


Up next: Some 28mm warbands are underway and I may get them finished this weekend. Then work will distract me again for most of next week. Then back to some serious painting and some more 15mm cavalry.

7 comments:

  1. I like that. The yellowish tone suits.

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  2. Really nice, like it. Might well do something similar for mine now.

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  3. Thanks. Yeah, I didn't want to do another chalky white parging and the yellow seemed to work. Looks dirty and drab.

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  4. Aren't skulls a GW trademark? If not...why not. Lord knows they use them way too often and overkill any product they make with them...hmm a dremel could come in handy!

    Great job on the Inn Bob!

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  5. Thanks Terry. Yes, the skulls theme is (I guess) a good way for them to distinguish their products. I suppose if I were keen some spackel would have fixed this. Oh well, too late!

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  6. Fabulous inn, I really like it!

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  7. Thanks guys. The sculpt gets the credit here--I just did a minimal paint job and hit it with magic dip.

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