Monday, February 13, 2017

Building ruined houses



I have been working on some more World War 2 houses for the Wargame Exebition, starting 24 February 2017, at the Swedish Army Museum here in Stocholm.


This time I got a box of Warlord Ruined Hamlet and 3 resin Ruined Houses from WarWorld Scenics to work with.

Here you can see a bunch of pictures of the progress in my build. At the moment i´m painting them so more pictures of the finished ones will follow.















10 comments:

  1. Wow! That is a lot of work Michael. Great stuff.

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  2. Great work there, they look just about right.

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  3. Looks nice. Which setting are you making them for. (they look WWII, possibly WWI to me.)

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    1. I just noticed you said WWII in the text.

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  4. Nice! Do you have any tips on how you achieved such natural looking rubble?

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  5. That is awesome! I very often see example of ruins that are too "clean" for my taste. A collapsed house don't disappear. :-) I'm really glad you went with a lot of rubble. They will look great painted I'm sure.
    Funnily enough I have something very similar in the works right now...
    /Mattias

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  6. What a stunning build Michael, it already looks great.

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  7. Very cool, you should use this for your Swedish civil war setting also.

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