My buddy and I got together to place a huge Tabletop World during their huge year end sale. These pieces are so stunning and very fun to paint. This first one was to test my color scheme out.
I wanted to create a sun bleached dried out wood look. The shingles on the roof are in a state of disrepair so I felt that the wood must be several seasons old. This meant that if the stone was all gray too it would be a very bland model so I added some color to the stones.
I would love to know what you all think of the scheme?
Beautiful house. The color scheme is original, yet very realistic. Something other than the traditional brown tones. Great!
very nice, I did mine with different brick washes to break up the grey but yours is way better. I have another 3-4 to do yet.
Good lord, that's gorgeous. Is the texture on the stone just dry brush or did you sponge some additional color in?
Very nice! Are there other building configurations? Village huts and such?
Sorry, Googled the company and found my answer.
Why do you like Warhammer Fantasy so much?
Because Mork (or possibly Gork) controls his mind.
that's a great looking little house there.
This is great, both the miniature and especially the paintjob. Regarding the builing itself, this work made me ordering some of their miniatures right away. Regarding the paintjob: is it possible that you give some comment how you did the wood and the different stone types? I tried to achieve this look at some stone builings, but never managed to get it in this quality.
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That is a great piece, and a great paint job! Looking forward to seeing the rest painted up to this standard then 🙂