Monday, 19 October 2020

Finished Castle

So not quite six days later. I keep spotting things in the pictures that I didn't see before, but I have decided it's done. No more faffing about. The roof tiles are by Warbases, but I really struggled this time - They just didn't want to lie flat.

I also didn't manage to get all the colours to come out well in the pictures.. but I swear they are there !



A small postern gate.. just in case you need to leave by the back when neighbours come knocking at the front...

8 comments:

  1. Looks really good mate, an impressive table piece.

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  2. Terrific piece of work, it will be a brilliant centrepiece to game round on the wargaming table. You’ve done the easy bit, now for the plaid...

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  3. Thanks chaps. And this morning lining up my various 1745 references and groaning at all that plaid. Though I do have some Royal Ecossais and some Lowlands.. so maybe not quite as much plaid as there could be..

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  4. Great job, lovely castle

    Reminds me of Huntingtower Castle near Perth, which I used to see on my visits to Scotland when I was a wain

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  5. Ah, Huntingtower is a lovely castle. This one though is loosely based on Claypotts in Dundee. About 25 miles from Huntingtower as the crow flies...

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    1. Thanks Ray. Having seen yours and others work online it's a challenge I've set myself to upgrade my terrain and how the terrain looks overall. Though this one was more or less a 'why not' kind of moment.

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