Monday, 16 June 2014

28mm Church Part 4

This follows on from my third post last month - if you want to pick things up from the beginning head here

Part 1

When I left you last the Church was almost finished. But not quite...I still needed to add the Lich Gate and finish off some drybrushing. It all done now bar a small path from lich gate to the church and a few gravestones for the church yard.

In the following pictures you will also see the cemetery from Ainsty - a full review of this can be found here

http://shedwars.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/ainsty-castings-graveyard.html

So here we go...



The lich gate seen above and below came from Petite properties the same folks who produced the church - nice little kit - I gave it the same wall treatment as the church. The actual gates have been left off at the moment.

You can find it here - http://petitepropertiesltd.com/onlineshop/index.php?_a=product&product_id=294





The Ainsty Graveyard is on the right hand side of the picture








I particularly like the last shot...

Up next are a few more dolls house building - the train station, the post office and the local shop...

All coming very soon





14 comments:

  1. That is absolutely outstanding, a really beautiful piece!

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  2. Looks great, certainly does not look like the usual run of the mill boring mdf edifices.

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  3. The finished model in that setting looks superb.

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  4. A splendid looking piece, you have made an excellent job of making it very not MDF looking.

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  5. Super church - looking forward to seeing how the other dolls house building come oout

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  6. Great piece of scenery. Lots of delight for the eyes, and makes me itchy to start rolling the dice and moving through this setting.

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  7. St Eric's is looking very fine now!

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