Here is the finished model.
One of my Christmas presents was the 4Ground 15mm Shop 4: Corner Bakery.
The Corner Bakery is a great piece of terrain to enhance your battle board. It comes pre-painted with 4Ground Base paints with high levels of internal detail as well as shop specific signage and acetate shop windows.
Each floor is removable allowing access to each one and the different rooms usable doors. To keep the floors in place there are little locking lugs in each corner. The external walls are rendered with cracked detailing and acetate window.
The 4Ground models are pre-painted and come with a bundle of components. The corner bakery is much more complex than either the semi-deteached houses or the hotel I had made before.
There are lots of details and depth to the models.
I quite liked how the signage which comes with the model includes English signs, Operational Sealion anyone? Or what about a 1930s VBCW scenario
Got stalled slightly in construction, but hope to finish the model soon.
I added detailing and signage to the shop front.
Also added the signage to the top front of the bakery.
Finished the bakery.
There are lots of details and depth to the models. The instructions are clear and the model is easy to assemble.
The model has separate floors allowing models to be placed inside the building.
As you can see the model’s pre-coloured MDF does make these stand out and quick to put onto the table.
In the end I found the model challenging to keep together as separate floors so I removed the lugs and stuck the whole building together.
I have added glazing to the windows and used the included posters on the wall.
I quite liked how the signage which comes with the model includes English signs, Operational Sealion anyone? Or what about a 1930s VBCW scenario? Though of course the building is quite continental in appearance.