Town House WD131
#21
(05-24-2017, 12:01 PM)locomoticopter Wrote:
(05-24-2017, 10:44 AM)SethDrallitoc Wrote: shame box

Hahahaha. I love it.

Seeing some of today's usual terrain tables that consist of some unpainted kitbashed plastic 'terrain', any scratch build item is a good one Smile
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#22
The painting on the second house is done. The timbers where painted a dark brown. The walls where painted in anthracite grey. The roof was painted black.

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The roof was then overbrushed in dark red, single shingles picked out in lighter red and a few in light red mixed with orange.

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The walls where stippled towards the center with umber green, then more centered white. The timber was drybrushed in two shades of grey. I then applied some washes; finally the roof was drybrushed from bottom to top lightly in ivory.

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As with the first, I will apply some flock to represent moss, apart from that the model is done.
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#23
Inspiring work, I'm going to have to try some of these myself.
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#24
(05-27-2017, 07:12 PM)gmillar Wrote: Inspiring work, I'm going to have to try some of these myself.

Thank you Smile Nice to be inspiring others.




The painting on the third house is done. The timbers where painted a dark reddish brown. The walls where painted in brown. The roof was painted anthracite grey.


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The walls were then overbrushed in brown yellow.

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The roof was washed black, drybrushed in the basecolour. Individual shingles were then picked out in umber green and brown washes.

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Finally, the roof was drybrushed in the base colour highlighted with white. The walls where drybrushed in ivory, then several washes were applied to walls and timbers.

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As with the first and second buildings, I will apply some flock to represent moss, apart from that the model is done.
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#25
You are really cranking these out. I like the variety in the roofs and the use of the LotR shield. The door looks really nice also.
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#26
The painting on the fourth house is done. For the stones I used 3 different colours (grey, grey green, light brown), but mixed them as well, for more variety.

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They were then drybrushed in a light grey and all the seams blackwashed. The upper walls were painted in sand colours, the timbers a dark brown, the shingles bordeaux red; all this followed by several washes.

All the windows on the buildings so far were painted just black to keep in line with the style of the old White Dwarf buildings. This looked awful with the panneled shop window, so with that one I used blues to represent glass.

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Finally, the shop sign had the word book written on it.

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As with the first, second and third building, I will apply some flock to represent moss, apart from that the model is done.
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#27
Are you just going to leave those windows empty and black?
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#28
(06-05-2017, 06:19 PM)SethDrallitoc Wrote: Are you just going to leave those windows empty and black?

As an homage to the old WD articles, yes.
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#29
Houses are done.

The first step in adding moss and overgrowth, was to paint all the sand that got glued to where it wasn't intended to in green, washed brown, and drybrushed in two lighter shades.

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I then used Woodland Scenics

+   coarse turf burnt grass
+   coarse turf medium green
+   blended turf green blend

I glued on the coarse turf, then covered the whole building side in the green blend, to cover all the gaps between the coarse turf and any areas where the glue was applied to sparsely for the coarse turf to adhere.

I think there are a couple spots where I overdid the effect, but all in all I am happy with the result.

Project done Smile

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