22 June 2013

Block house "Loki" style - Part 2

Following on from Part 1  I have continued with the work on the block house.
Ground floor section completely clad in kebab skewers and the door planked out with matchsticks.
The underside of the upper floor has square section chunks of balsa added to represent floor bearers.
Upper section now dressed up again with kebab sticks.
I am thankful Warbases sell sheets of shingles this roof has over 1200 of them and if I had to cut and stick each one individually I would have gone mad.
Ready for painting now once its had a good 24 hours to fully dry.
Just a test for moving through the door, I have hinged it.
The finished article is certainly going to be an impressive piece when finished.

19 comments:

  1. That is looking very good and those warbase tiles are a God send

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  2. It's bloody impressive now mate but you've done a tremendous job so far!

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  3. Superb work, I look forward to seeing it painted.
    Cheers,
    Pat.

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  4. Excellent job! Its looking great.

    Dave

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  5. Stunning work !!!

    Greate tutorial!

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  6. Very cool Andrew! I like the idea of sheets of shingles!!

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  7. Sure is good... but wouldn't it have been easier to build it from scratch (you've got the skills and could have saved the cost of the original building)?? :o))

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  8. Hola
    Buena casa si señor
    Gracias por las fotos del despiece
    un saludo

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  9. Looking great, and you're certainly putting a fair amount of work into it - almost scratch-built as Steve mentioned above. Best, Dean

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  10. This really look great. That will be a fine addition to your games table.

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  11. Amazing stuff mate, seriously impressive. Looking forward to seeing the finished painted version.

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  12. Oh you beat me to finish, I still am working on my roof at the moment. Looking good man!

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