I haven't posted for over a month- where does the time go. I have been busy with projects so over this next week I will try to cover all the stuff i have been working on in February.
One of the first projects I needed to have finished was a wooden Russian church. It had to be ready for a demo game at the York show on the first Sunday of the month so there was no room for a slipped delivery.
We had a look at quite a few designs before my customer came a cross a pretty little wooden church that fitted what he was looking for
The dome came from an upside down Christmas decoration but everything else was built from my usual collection of things- a foam board frame covered with dowelling for the logs. The roof was Daz Pronto Air dry clay rolled out and scored to look like copper sheets.
All the roofs come off and the pointed tower has a large enough platform for a figure to stand in.
This is the third Russian Orthodox church I have made, the second in wood, and I think they are wonderful things and make a centre piece in any game.
Here is the finished model:
The day of the show saw it in action. Wargaming terrain always looks better with figures around it so here are some shots of the game
That is it for this one.