Friday, October 4, 2013

Building a Swedish Barn #2

Here are the latest bunch of pictures from my Barn build.


The size of the base are 12x28cm


For the beams I use 5x5mm balsawood.



The floor planks are made from 5mm Coffee "Spoons" retrived at a local multinational burger bar...











Added som damages to the roof beams...

Now there just the planking and painting left to do during the weekend

I hope you all will have a realy nice weekend !!!


19 comments:

  1. Wow! The barn looks really good. It will be a pleasure to fight over it.

    It's a good thing your real barn is in a better shape. From what I could see anyway ... ;)

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  2. Looking good - very realistic damage.

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  3. Great work Michael and I especially like the repurposed coffee spoons!

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  4. Very nice work Michael, I look forward to seeing the next stages

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  5. That that is smart, it is already taking shape. Great job Michael.

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  6. That is really coming along nicely.

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  7. Great structure! A very good use of the Warlord hamlet

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  8. can't wait to see the finished item - very nice.

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  9. Looking great Michael! Really like the damage.

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  10. It is a great project! It´s looking really great.

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  11. Amazing work! Really like the extensions and battle damage

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  12. Cracking build! That's really going to be a fantastic piece of terrain.

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  13. That's looking great!

    Have you decided what made the hole?

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  14. Thank you! Glad that you follow my build, i´m at the moment are working on the planking and hope it will be finished by tomorrow.

    The big question...what made the hole... was it a bird...was it a plane.... NO it was...

    ...i´ll get back to that story;)

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    1. ...might even have to run a small guessing competition about thet,

      I of course already konow the ansver;) but I will put up small competition for you then I painted it, so start thinking about your answers...

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  15. That is looking great and i cannot wait to see it finished

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  16. Wonderful idea! Great combination of the plastic bits and your scratch built wood. This is going to be a fantastic terrain piece.

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