The buildings themselves were from Gus' collection, bought by Nathan and then I was talked into painting them for him. The details on them are nice, with push out sections for loopholes and to allow passage from room to room, but so many bricks! Biggest problem was getting the roof sections to fit properly after doing the teddybear fur thatch. All in all I am happy with them, they took enough coats of paint to cover the mdf, which seems to have the absorbancy of a sponge.
|Lots and lots of little rooms|
|Steps up to the first floor|
|Roof section removed|
|Whole roof removed|
|Roof removed and mezzanine floor left|
Now all I have left to paint is a load of mealie bag defences, some boxes and 6 assorted carts. I have put them on hold for a little while though as I am painting some 15mm Napoleonic British, because I have somehow not painted enough of the redcoated little buggers!
Have fun folks and keep rolling those damn dice.