20mm WWII German Village

20mm WWII German Village

Postby shann1870 » 13 Sep 2017

Following on from the earlier post on individual buildings, here is a completed village. Please take a look at

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Postby Gunbird » 13 Sep 2017

Just subscribed to your Blog. I need to copy your method to get better use out of my H0 collection.
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Re: 20mm WWII German Village

Postby dead1 » 14 Sep 2017

Stunning!
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Postby dead1 » 14 Sep 2017

Stunning!
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Postby hornswoggler » 14 Sep 2017

I have a box full of old HO railway buildings (mostly Pola I think?) but never used them much for gaming as they look too bright and cheerful. Have often thought about trying to rework them into more of a wargames look - yours certainly are a great inspiration.
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Postby Wiking » 14 Sep 2017

Cracking!! :good: :good: :good:
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Re: 20mm WWII German Village

Postby Johnny60 » 14 Sep 2017

Really nice - the free-standing gardens are also a very nice touch. Love that triangular little garden.

Oh,and if it's not a trade secret - are the fences pre-bought plastic ones or home made?
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Postby hincmar » 14 Sep 2017

Agree with the others. Your terrain / buildings set up is stunning and inspirational in equal measure.
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Postby Ianwill » 14 Sep 2017

Hi,

Very inspiring. I have had a look and the Faller ones look good. Thanks for posting

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Re: 20mm WWII German Village

Postby shann1870 » 14 Sep 2017

Thanks guys. Very kind of you. Give it a try Hornswoggler - definitely works best with an air brush though. Fences are plastic but heavily weathered.
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