15mm Normandy Village

I am quite pleased now with how much scenery I have now for 15mm Flames of War games.

As well as Battlefront roads and houses, I also have some nice 4Ground laser etched wooden buildings.

There are also K&M trees that are now quite old, but have stood the test of time, I think they must be nearly twenty tears old!

In addition and not shown in these pictures, mainly as they are not finished, are some Total Battle Miniatures 15mm ruins.

I look though at my grass tiles and think they are a little too bright, they might need some work in the future.

15mm Ruined Shop with Passage

Though not quite where I want the 15mm Ruined Shop with Passage, I wanted to check that the process I was planning or my 15mm buildings was going to look effective, so I gave the ruined end of the model a a wash of Citadel Shade: Agrax Earthshade.

I am quite pleased with the end result with using the wash, the roof tiles look a lot better, as I did that that the Terracotta was a little too bright when I first painted the roof that colour.

15mm Ruined Café

I painted the front area of the Total Battle Miniatures 15mm Ruined Café. For this part of the model I decided to try out the Citadel Texture paint, Astrogranite.

I am not that impressed. It did cover fine, but not sure if the “texture” adds anything. I am not too worried as I don’t acrtually expect to use that part of the model that much.

15mm Roof Tiles

I did think about how to paint the roof of my Total Battle Miniatures ruined row of three houses, in the end I thought that terracotta tiles would look very effective, probably more so than slate. So I gave the roof tiles a basecoat of Citadel Terracotta.

Looking at the Total Battle Miniatures photograph, I might repaint the “complete” roof with grey slate.

Ruined row of three houses

The next stage will be a dark wash.

15mm Ruined shop with passage

Having undercoated the Total Battle Miniatures 15mm ruined shop with passage I then added a base coat to cover the rubble and the broken parts of the walls.

I will then paint some of the detail before giving the model a wash using a brown wash.

I intend to add more debris, using wood and plasticard, as well as some printed signs and posters.