Monday, October 7, 2013

Building a Swedish Barn #3

Continue my Barn Build during the weekend with adding some planks...












Time for some details as doors...











Just the paintwork left...

27 comments:

  1. So huge ! Absolutely awesome, congratulations Michael.

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    1. Appreciated comment Jehan !

      Best regards Michael

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  2. Awesome! I wish I had so much patience to build such a great piece of terrain.
    Is the roof removable? Caus otherwise I think it's quite hard to paint the interrior, let alone place miniatures in there.

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    1. Appreciated !!!

      No, it is all one piece. Yes it was hard to paint inside... so no minis will be allowed to get inside, "Stay outside and play, as the sun shine" ;)

      Best regards Michael

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  3. Superb work as always Michael. Did you and Jonas get my emails?

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    1. Thanks Andrew !

      No emails, please send to dalauppror@gmail.com and I´ll get back to you:)

      Best regards Michael

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    2. I have sent a message titled Message from Loki it may end up in spam
      Regards
      Andrew

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    3. Got it ! I'll get back to you during the week.

      Best regards Michael

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  4. Simply superb Michael!

    BUT! I think you should have made the roof removable as it looks even better when you can place place miniatures inside buildings.

    Still, as I said, an excellent piece of terrain.

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    1. Thanks matey !

      You have such demands;) At least I left the doors open for you to get your minis inside...

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  5. Stellar work! You have such a great eye for these things!

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    1. Thank you very much Monty!!!

      Best regards Michael

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    1. Appreciated support Fran ! Thanks!!!

      Best regards Michael

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    1. Thank you Chris!!!

      Best regards Michael

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  8. Great stuff, very clever use of the Warlord damaged farmhouse. Cant wait to see it painted.

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  9. Once again you are wery inspiring...

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