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So I lied…

Yes, I know I said no more brewery until I get back from Scotland, but I lied. The chimney I’d been waiting for arrived in the post and I decided to open the box, which, of course, was fatal. Within ten minutes I’d assembled it, then I based it, undercoated it, and it was clear I wasn’t going to get much else done today.
The kit was a simple Faller kit and like all of their models it went together very easily and with no issues. I undercoated this in sand colour, dry brushed on the red leather, washed it in ink and then more dry brushing to finish it off. Anyway, here it is.
2014-06-05 16.27.27I added the name of the brewery in the same font as I used on the signage.
2014-06-05 16.27.472014-06-05 16.27.56And I reckon that’s it. I need some fencing to create a yard, but that’s off the peg stuff. You can look out for the finished brewery in a game coming soon.


10 thoughts on “So I lied…”

  1. Ludger Fischer

    Those large chimneys are truly massive piles of zillions of brickstones.
    At Colombelles at the outskirts of Caen – a place where there was hard fighting in an industrial area
    the chimney withstood aimed attacks against them and still offered good vantage points for the defenders!
    Mhm – Brits for my Stalingrad terrain?
    The fight is well documented enough for a bit of Coc after all!

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