Thursday, 23 December 2021

More Pantile Walls and Scatter

They say you should build bridges not walls, but my bridge kit is still on order so walls it is for now ... plus a few other bits!  These splendid pieces are from Hovels, at a good price too.  They’ll complement my Charlie Foxtrot walls very nicely.  The resin required minimal prep and had only a very few tiny air bubbles which were trivial to fill.  Highly recommended!

The painting recipe was Americana Honey Brown on the walls, Americana Terracotta on the tiles, followed by GW Agrax Earthshade. Highlight using Americana Honey Brown, Americana Fawn, VMC Dark Sand, Foundry Boneyard Light. The tiles were simply the original colour followed by a highlight with some VMC Dark Sand mixed in.  Base is Americana Honey Brown, VMC Tan Yellow then VMC Dark Sand followed by Colonel Bill's Winter Static Grass and some clump foliage.

This covered well is from the Waterloo Papelotte Farm range but, with suitable paint on the roof, I think it blends in nicely.

These are a pig shed, a stone water trough and a village fountain, followed by some crates and sacks - ideal as a barricade - plus some barrels of fruit and veg.




These stacks of barrels are from Debris of War.  Recipe: Americana Dark Chocolate, Agrax Earthshade, then highlights of Dark Chocolate, VMC Flat Earth, VMC Gold Brown and finally VMC Dark Sand.  Pick the barrel hoops out with VMC German Camo Dark Brown and highlight sparsely with GW Tin Bitz or similar.


Merry Christmas to all my friends!🎄🥳😁

10 comments:

Neil Scott said...

The walls look superb

The Wargames Table said...

Thank you Neil 🙂

Phil Robinson said...

Splendid architectural additions Matt.

The Wargames Table said...

Thank you, very kind.

roma912 said...

Great painting on these andgood to see Hovels getting mention too.

Cheers, Ross

The Wargames Table said...

Thank you Ross. Yes Hovels are superb 😎

JOHNBOND said...

Nice terrain additions Matt
Cheers John

The Wargames Table said...

Thank you matey 🙂

Pat Smith Silver Whistle Blog. said...

Your wonderful terrain collection grows Matt.

The Wargames Table said...

Thank you Pat! Your book provides excellent inspiration 😎