Sarissa's colonial house for the Far East

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Sarissa's colonial house for the Far East

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As part of an ongoing 20mm WWII Far East project I've moved from rural settings and jungle huts to a more urban environment. I'm thinking Rangoon or Singapore and have used Sarissa's Colonial/North Africa buildings as the basis. This is my first attempt at trialling a few ideas before embarking on some bigger buildings. There's a full step-by-step tutorial here http://thetacticalpainter.blogspot.com/ ... house.html

A picture of the finished house in the next post (as the forum won't allow too many URLs in the same post).
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Re: Sarissa's colonial house for the Far East

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That is rather fetching. We sometimes forget that war in the far east also happened in cities. That is some seriously nice work and is a good example of just how could mdf kits can be with a bit (sometimes a lot) of effort.

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Good blog link, thats inspiring for all with colonial games in mind. Beautiful finished building.
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