Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Finished ruined houses



I have now painted and delivered the World War 2 houses I been working on for the Wargaming exebition, starting 24 February 2017, at the Swedish Army Museum here in Stocholm.


The first 3 ruims are from a box of Warlord Ruined Hamlet and the last 3 are from WarWorld Scenics. At the botom you got some pictures of a Dead horse and cart from WarWorld Scenics

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18 comments:

  1. Nice job Michael you have shamed me into getting mine painted 🙂

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  2. Sensational builds Michael, top quality work.

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  3. Great work and love the addition of the posters on the walls:)

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  4. Beautiful work, Alan. It's inspired and inspirational. I love all the little details - but that poor horse.

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  5. Nice work Micheal and they should prove to be very useful!

    Christopher

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  6. Wonderful terrain- you have really lifted those kits up.

    Cheers,

    Pete.

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  7. Excellent work. I will be dragging the kids along on the 24th, due to the "sportlov" -- museums and wargames counts as sport, right?

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  8. They are perfect Michael! Great work.

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  9. Phenomenal work, Michael. I'll have to try and get down to Stockholm for the exhibition.

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  10. Truly splendid, Michael, these will be greatly admired I am sure.

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  11. Very nice work; they are fantastic and full of details!

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  12. Those houses look really good. The house with the chair in perticular. Am I by the way the only one who think it would be funny with a poster or two for the exhebition hidden among the other posters?

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