24 June 2013

Block house "Loki" style - Part 3

Here is the final instalment of my Block house conversion. The first part is HERE and the second part HERE.

All painted and based. I went for a darker wooden colour on the main building rather than a fully weathered grey, so as to have some contrast in the finished building.
This is certainly a sizable feature the table standing at 7 inches high at the apex of the roof.
The base section on a 6 inch base board, the bottom section of the block house is 4 1/4 inches square.
The reduced height ground floor firing position.
The upper floor at 5 1/2 inches square, the plank floor has been washed in several shades for better effect.
It holds a full unit with space to spare.
The roof was dry brushed to give a look over sun-bleached and weather worn shingles.
A shot of the fully assembled  model with some troops for scale.
The next project for me will be some wiki ups for the Woodland Indian Tribes.


19 comments:

  1. Wow great work Loki looks fantastic

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  2. This gets better each time. Great looking block house.

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  3. A triumph Sir, an absolute triumph!

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  4. That is truly amazing what you have done with the warbase building

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  5. That looks just superb Andrew!!

    Christopher

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  6. Nice work mate. I've been watching this with interest. She's come out a treat!

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  7. Nice work man looks spot on for gaming

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  8. That really looks superb! It not only looks great but it's very playable. Great fusion of form and function.

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  9. @ Michael, PanzerKaput, Christopher,Millsy,Mal,AHunt and The Kiwi thank you all gentlemen.

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  10. This is gonna look great on the table Andy.
    Fantastic job

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  11. Great work Andrew !!!

    Best regards Michael

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  12. This is a masterpiece Andrew! Great work!

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  13. Excellently done - enjoyed your WIP too. I agree the darker wood provides a better contrasting terrain piece than a greyed finish. Best, Dean

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  14. Superb work Andrew and a fantastic centre piece on the table to fight over. 10/10
    Cheers,
    Pat.

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  15. Gorgeous, and I bet when the battle is done, you could have a barn dance. There's plenty of room you know?

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  16. Woah, lovely bit of work that! Bravo!

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