So with that in mind, I have gradually been adding to the collection of 28mm terrain for campaigns in France. The latest additions were two kits I picked up from Alan at Hoka Hey at Carronade last week. These are from the Timeline Miniatures range he now carries, and were very inexpensive.
Given that I usually do a lot of additional work on MDF buildings, I am really only interested in the shell, and the Timeline Church (£15) and Farm Outbuilding (£4.75) looked like a good base to work from.
|Fine sturdy church
|The core pieces - on the right is the base for the crenellated add-on to the tower.
|Taped up and ready
Putty up any significant dents or gaps, especially around the MDF joints. Then get a hobby or small drill with a round sanding head, and attack this thing.. get brutal. Unless you feel like engraving stonework, just be random.
|The oldest Poly cement in the world.
The tiles are plastic, and easy to apply, its not strictly necessary to use vintage poly cement like this one..
|Roads in production
Onwards and upwards!