Update on the Laser cut buildings.

I’ve been working on the Laser cut buildings that I mentioned earlier. I decided to treat them like a kit to be added to rather than a finished item that just needs painting. Beside I find scenery construction on of the more enjoyable of my shed based activities.

So here is what they look like at the moment- undercoated, ready for their final colours:



As you can see I’ve added quite a bit to them. Extra floors were added with matchsticks and plasticard, the floors were also added with plastic representing either a stone floor or wooded boards, again in plastic. Items of furniture were either in white metal from CP or resin from Frontline. Extra bits of plastic came from the bits box. The rubble is a mixture of bird grit, more broken matchsticks and cat litter.

I think that the group of 6 of them pushed together to make one building looks pretty good.

Next step is to add some paint.



7 comments on “Update on the Laser cut buildings.

  1. Adam says:

    Looks fantastic, lots of detail 🙂 I’ll be interested to see how they turn out!

  2. That is Awesome it could work for so many times WW1 to Post Apocalyptic! I love the way it can be different Buildings! Outstanding work you did on that! You do super great Buildings!
    Take care Pete Keep up the Outstanding Blogs Better then TV to a wargamer!
    Dave in USA/CSA

  3. Azazel says:

    Very nice. I especially like the versatility of them that you’ve demonstrated up there.

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