Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Swedish house with traditional picket fence



I have got me a Prepainted Pegasus Russian Timber house from my friend Jonas that I now have Swedenised a bit, as well as I painted me some Perry Picket fence in the traditional "Falu Röd".

They will all be used for our "A Very Moderate Swedish Conflict" project.

My first thought was to get a brick roof but it feelt as to much work at the moment, so I might build me a completly new roof at some stage.

Swedish Picket Fence, you find some real life pictures here.

Smal Swedish estate...

Gruvettan on their way to protect the Swedish contryside...

The Swedish flag are a must...


Set up for our next game shedual for tonight...

23 comments:

  1. Table looks great- having an enjoyable game!

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  2. Stunning looking house and fence, the "falu röd" makes the house look Swedish :)
    looking forward for the batrep ;)

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  3. Looks terrific, Michael, looks very Swedish, to me. Could I ask where you got the bridge sides from? They might suit some Roman projects. Best, Simon

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    1. Thanks Simon !

      The bridge sides are from the Airfix Pontoon bridge kit.

      http://www.airfix.com/shop/diorama-and-buildings/dioramas/a03383-pontoon-bridge-176/

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  4. Beautiful work, once again!

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  5. I've noticed how the Pegasus houses look almost Swedish before, but you improve them even more. And those picket fences look very good in red too, didn't think about that.

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    1. Thank you Leif ! As you are a Swede and approwe them its good, but I actually thing the ridge are a bitt hight for Swedish houses, but I didn´t had the time to fix it on this resine ouse as I did on the plasti kits.

      Best regards Michael

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  6. More loveliness Michael.

    Darrell.

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  7. Excellent Michael! I can feel the "fikasug" just looking at the pictures.

    It'll look even better with a traditional tile roof when you get round to it.

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    1. Always time for a "Fika" Jonas :)

      and for you that don´t know the Swedish social institution "fika"you can catch up here:

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fika_(coffee_break)

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  8. Very nice building, the picket fence looks really cool! Have a great game Michael!

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  9. Very cool, Michael! I do enjoy well-made terrain!

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  10. Thank you all very much for appreciated comments !

    Best regards Michael

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  11. Excellent work! You really made a great job in swedenising the sets.

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  12. Great additions! As others have said they give a very Swedish feel to your gaming table.

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  13. I like the whole terrain !
    the coloured houses are very pleasant to see !

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  14. Another superb piece, Michael. All that red on the tabletop is just lovely!

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  15. Lovely work, really completes the Swedish village feeling on the table!

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  16. Michael, what colors did you use on the house? Thanks!

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    1. As it was already prepainted in dark brown I just drybruched it first with Vallejo Model Color "Cavalry Brown" no: 137 and them one more drybruch with Vallejo Model Color "Vermillion" no: 028.

      For the white parts I used Vallejo Model Color "Buff" no: 120 and on top of that "Ivory" no: 005

      Best regards Michael

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  17. Appreciated mateys ! Glad you like the Swedish contry style :)

    Best regards Michael

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