Sunday, January 29, 2017

Dead Man´s Hand - Mexican Cantina - WIP - Part two

Hi again,

my Mexican Cantina is not finished yet but here´s today´s progress.

The basement got a primer and also the first drybrushing, while I totally finished the first floor just to try how it could look like.

It works well in my opinion. In the photos you can see the first floor on its own and also the combination of both floors. The roof is shining because the wash is still wet. After drying it will be finished with one or two layers of drybrushing.

I hope to get the Cantina ready for gaming next weekend.


Cheers

Mike

The complete Cantina after priming an drybrushing.

The first floor finished - only the roof needs some more drybrushing.




The different floors in their work of progress.



19 comments:

  1. Wonderful building, realistic and superb details!

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    1. Thanks, Phil. Though it is very time consuming it is also a lot of fun.

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  2. Nice to see what happend after our workshop - rly nice that you already finished the whole building

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    1. Hi, it is not finished at all but I hope to do so next weekend.

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    1. Danke, mein Freund. Is aber noch nüscht fertich.

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  4. Looks awesome! I gotta ask, where did you get/make the potted plants? I'm looking for something similar for my Old West town and have been having trouble getting what I want. These look great. Nice work!

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    1. Hi Scott,
      The plants are just resin parts that I bought from Gerard Boom (www.shiftinglands.com) when he was holding his workshop. When I just painted them and glued some flocked flowers on the top. The flowers are from "mini-nature" but I am sure you can use several flowers from model trains aswell.

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