I decided some of my town setups needed some statues to add a bit of character, so I created a simple mdf plinth. This design has actually been made for a Salute freebie model but I have tested it out on this random geezer on a horse. I have a bunch of Salute giveaway models from over the years and plan to make plinths to fit a variety if model sizes.
The Mark II version of the Office Block has a different stair entrance. For this model I also added the corner stonework which I painted a good contrasting colour. The roof and interior floors are just paper images found on DIY websites and printed, cheating I know, but it works for me! There is a Mark III with double doors at the front, but I don’t have one cut yet.
The original office block I designed has a different stair configuration that did not look as good as I had hoped when I actually came to build it. But it was still more than usable, so it has been inked to within an inch of its life. The flash has bleached out the pavement a bit, but I think I will go back and draw in the lines.
After many months of designing and building various towers for Jim to display for Products For Wargamers at shows, I have started to paint and build some towers for myself. The first one here, along with a spiral staircase was to test out the colours and connecting sections. So far so good. Five more to go.
This was definitely a good idea, painting the components before gluing it together. The hex pattern looks really good and I have painted random hexes for a bit of variety.
This one is all about money. We all like money don't we? So if anyone has any thoughts I would really appreciate you giving me the benefit of them.Usually the only currency I am interested in is two pence piecesSo the times are a changing and I am abou...
As I have been posting recently, I have been doing a bit of MDF laser cutting and making some terrain models that I would want to use in a game. But having seen this on FB I really am beginning to wonder about what I can hope to achieve. The models by uGe
After several tweaks, the cards case is finished. I have cut a version that has a hole in the case so you can see what deck is inside. Not sure if this will be retained yet. The drawer will take a deck on cards in its original box, or the cards can be loo