Wednesday, 31 August 2016

1/300th ACW Buildings

Back in this post, I showed you this pic of the progress I had made on my 1/300th ACW buildings

I've now applied the Army Painter strong tone to them which made a considerable difference -compare the before and after of the front of the McCoull House (building on left above & next pic) - and a coat of satin varnish to reduce the gloss effect of the strong tone.

All the buildings came from Leven Miniatures and I'll caption each individual pic below with Leven's reference number & name for that building. I've set the pics to be 'small' on this page in blogger so that they're closer to their actual size, but if you click on the pics then, as usual, you'll see larger versions.
ACW23 - McCoull House
ACW15 - Trostle Farmhouse
ACW13 - Codori Carriage Barn
ACW17 - Leister House
ACW18 - Leister Barn
I've just finished another 2 buildings, a church and a stone house;  they are all really nice models, and I'd recommend them to anyone after this type of building.

9 comments:

  1. nice small buildings. they will make any battlefield look good.

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  2. Very useful and looking good too.

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  3. THanks gents - appreciate the nice words

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  4. Lovely sculpts, beautifully painted. They'd grace any ACW battlefield!

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    1. Thanks Sidney! Not so sure about the 'beautifully painted' though!

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  5. Nice work colin. They will add a lot to the overall appearance of the table.

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    1. Thanks Simon - that is the plan!

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  6. 6mm building are very satisfying(when finished) and of course you can get away with using these on many fronts, besides Gettysburg.

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    1. They are indeed Joe - done the last 2 as well now & will post pics soon

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