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Sunday, 6 April 2014

Made another SCW building

Guardia Civil prepare to kick in the doors
Following on from the building I posted last weekend, I have finished another one today.

The earlier building was quite a refined dwelling on two floors with a gated, walled garden, this one is a much more rudimentary dwelling for a rural peasant family.

Again made from foam-core coated in pumice gel. The roofing is from Will and the fencing made from bamboo skewers and split coffee stirrers.

The colours are pretty much as before, the building is base-coated  in Dulux Dutch Gold 3, washed with Vallejo Sepia and then highlighted up with Reeves 'Sand'. The fencing and woodwork is Reeves 'Burnt Sienna' highlighted up.






12 comments:

  1. That looks great.
    Very Spanish.
    I've just taken the Beevor SCW book down off the shelf, you are a bad influence...
    Tom

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    1. Cheers Tom, I have more than enough figures & terrain to host a game if you fancy a go.

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  2. Excellent looking building, details are great : the ground and the grafiti are really, really good!

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  3. Fantastic building and yard - good show.

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  4. Great work yet again! Your SCW stuff is simply amazing.

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  5. Splendid stuff, Paul. It'll look great in the Spanish sunshine!

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  7. Top stuff matey!!!

    The pumice gel, really makes for a better building then plaster mix.

    Do you mind if I ask what brand and grade you used Paul?

    Darrell.

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  8. Thanks for all your kind comments. I'm starting on a new building today.

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