My buildings appear to have been scratchbuilt from plastic strip, textured plasticard and plastic kits, then cast in hardfoam resin. They came to me ready primed and ready for a splash of paint.
EDIT: Riot pointed out below that the smaller of the two buildings was featured in the pages of the 'How to Make Wargames Terrain' book, published by GW in 2003:
Building 1 is slightly larger, with a 130x140mm footprint at the widest points, and 90mm in height.
|The buildings have numerous air bubbles from the casting process (like the window sill above). I filled the worst of these with Milliput.|
|Note the cast in elements from plastic kits, such as the ammo boxes and barrel.|
Building 2 is slightly smaller, with a 150x110mm footprint and 70mm tall.
This building had slightly more miscast areas (see window sill above and the door rim below). I used some plastic strip and the edge of a round slottabase to repair them!
Stylistically, the buildings are perfect for a fringe world 40k / sci-fi Western vibe. They have fun interactive elements such as the walkways, steps and ladders, as well as a nicely beaten up and ramshackle look.
|Shootouts are common in the lawless outer reaches of the Imperium.|
I painted my pair up in a nice blue-grey that suited the utilitarian look and feel of the structures. A drybrush with a light brown, some stippled dirt and rust patches, and they were pretty much done.
|Suitable posters stuck to the wall, supplied by cheetor!|
|The transfer I used on the door was so old that it fragmented when I applied it, but that just enhances the look!|
|Yet more posters - this time of undesirables with a bounty on their heads|
I really enjoyed painting these. It's a real shame they never went into production - I'd have liked a little town of them. I suspect I can mix them in with my existing terrain easily enough though. I do fancy attempting to make a couple of facsimiles too. It can't be that hard, right?!