The building comes with separate roof and door (both of which I've glued). Unlike my previous workshop, I've been restrained with the accessories, just adding a discrete Fogou A/C unit to the rear.
I started the paint of with the now standard desert yellow basecoat and off-white drybrush. Whereas the other buildings to date have had angular stripes and geometric designs, I wanted to see if I could go with something a little more curvaceous. So I cut out a circle stencil by tracing round a few slottabases, and stippled on the blue circles in a random design (other than up, then down) over the building.
I felt the blue circles alone weren't quite enough, so went back with a piece of paper from a spiral bound notebook, and used the small pre-perforated holes as stencils for the small orange circles.
After a little bit of weathering with some washes and browns, the building was done. And these are really starting to look fantastic when you group them together!
|The twisting alleys between the adobe houses are perfect for a clandestine meeting to arrange a murky deal!
(Figures pictured above include Spacelords (EM4/Moonraker), Colony 87 (Crooked Dice) and crates by Ramshackle Games).