A long time ago, I bought some 10mm buildings from Old Glory's line. I had thought of using them with my 15mm Napoleonic figures, but the buildings were much bigger than I had expected. I primed them, thought about painting them, and set them aside.
Last week I broke them out, reprimed (white this time), and gave them a quick paint job. I applied the dip, dullcoted, and drybrushed. I'm pretty happy with how these turned out, and they actually match up well with the 1/72 figures that are currently on my table.
Looks great. I remember that for some reason, terrain was always over scale, especially when fighting regiment/brigade scale battles.ReplyDelete
I have pretty much settled on going two sizes small for my buildings, so 15mm figures get 6mm buildings, 22mm figures get 10mm buildings, etc.Delete
Great scenery. Fitting your troops perfectly!ReplyDelete
Thank you! Yes, I think they work very well with the 1/72 figures.Delete
Some great looking buildings!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Ray! It was a two day job to finish everything. I find that I really enjoy painting buildings.Delete
They fit in really well Scott...ReplyDelete
I do prefer under scale buildings...
All the best. Aly
Well, compared to the groundscale, the building end up vastly over scale. Compared to the figures, though, ...Delete