Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Stockholm 1392, Building the town, WIP #1



I been asked for some WIP pictures from my matey Jan´s build of the Stockholm gaming terrain for out Salute 2015 participation game, Stockholm 1392 - "God's Friends and the Whole World's Enemies"

As I told you erlier Jan is a really talanted model builder are in the progress of building the 28mm model of the central part of Stockholm 1392. You have seen some of Jan´s work in 6mm in Miniature Wargames issu 376 and here at my blog.

Here are some early stage pictures of the build that Jan are working on as well  some maps ans sketches of how he plan to build the terrain.


The part that will be built

Jan´s sketch of the terrain






16 comments:

  1. Wow. That will look absolutely amazing. Its very recognizable! I had lunch by Castle Hill yesterday, at the Royal Coin Cabinet opposite the castle. Luckily I met no Victual Brothers. :-) /Mattias

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  2. Wow impressive eye for detail there. Beautiful!

    Frank
    http://adventuresinlead.blogspot.com.au/

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  3. wow - very impressive board - those buildings will look wonderful!

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  4. Gorgeous terrain, and massive in size when you see the 28mm miniature in the picture with buildings. It will no doubt be a true piece of eye candy when finished!

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  5. this looks amazing already, wood work teacher is he? (going on the backgrounds)

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  6. I'm really looking forward to seeing this! should look amazing.

    Fingers crossed that i can get down to Salute this year!!

    Darrell.

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  7. Looks great already! Really looking forward to seeing this finished!

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  8. Great progress and by the look of it, making full use of the school workshop:)

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  9. This will be a very impressive town Michael! Jan is indeed talented!

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  10. !!WOW!!! You´ll both Need a few Brunkebeers when it´s finished!

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  11. Oh my, that is going to be one beautiful table when finished. I assume you're taking it all back with you home so we can play on it down at the club. ;)

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  12. Damn, that's some good looking terrain..

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  13. Already looking damn impressive, will follow this one with interest.

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