Thursday, October 7, 2010

28mm church started

Between painting some more 28mm syw figures some 28mm WW2 and 15mm Britons I decided to started this church last night a friend of mine gave me a piece of cork board to see what i thought for making buildings.Its much easier to cut and good to work with. i did go mad and decide to cut in each stone block ( only took 2 hours mainly because i had put the building together before i cut them in). I will add some plaster and rubble around the church before i undercoat the building. The inspiration for this building comes from a great blog with some awesome buildings. Roundwoods world

the floor here is also from Craig he cast them in a very hard plaster
I was going to use them for my romans but they made a perfect floor for this building


  1. Excellent work. I find working on terrain pieces to be a nice break in-between miniatures - there is a lot more creative freedom and it's easier to fudge mistakes.

    I've never tried cork before and think I should give it a go

  2. Looks really good. I like the texture of the cork.

  3. I was amazed how quick and easy it was to work with and yes it has one side textured one side flat