Sunday, 3 December 2017

In the Peninsular

Off to the Peninsular again but this time in 15mm.

Got a few buildings to do in this scale and the first was a simple church, the rest to follow as and when they are done.

I was given a few reference photos and have plenty in my own collection but the brief was fairly loose. The walls were lasered from 2mm acrylic an the pantiles were small scale plastic sheeting. The details were made from microstrip along with the doors. A gentle texture was applied to the walls then the whole lot was painted.

The base was textured with gloop, painted and then some choice growies were applied.

You'll have to forgive the choice in figures for scale as I don't have any 15mm Peninsular figures lol









ttfn

10 comments:

  1. Beautiful job.....quality for 15mm 😀

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    1. Thanks 😊

      It’s been quite nice to do another scale 👍🏻

      cheers

      James

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  2. Great model and I've just noticed how attaching the building slightly off-set on the base makes so much impact to the finished model. Brilliant.

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    1. Thanks Simon 😊

      Something learnt from the military diorama makers.

      cheers

      James

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  3. Lovely church and basing, I need to make an Italian/Spanish church for 28mm, I think I'll be using this as reference!
    Best Iain

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    1. Thanks 😊

      Happy to inspire 👍🏻

      cheers

      James

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  4. Great looking church, impreiive job on the base...Superb!

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    1. Thank you kindly Phil 😊

      cheers

      James

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