Sunday, 4 August 2013

Russian Church

I have slowly been picking up scenery for my wargames table and this is my latest purchase. I bought it off Marco from the Falkirk club. I originally spotted it a couple of years ago when I didn't have space but it was always in the back of my head to get 1.
 
The kit came pre-painted in a harsh dark brown colour so I took the shades down a bit  and adding a light brown wash to the roof. I have an idea to convert some Russian priests from the AB opolchenie so my troops can be blessed before battle.
  
I'm really happy how it turned out and it will make a nice bit of eye candy to be fought around.


Just to let the guys know who had an interest in the above Russian church it's available from Marco at 

Web: www.rifrafminiatures.co.uk
     
Email: mail@rifrafminiatures.co.uk

11 comments:

Gonsalvo said...

Love the Church, Paul. The great thing about a piece like this is that once you place it on the table, you know "we're not in Kansas any more, Toto!"

paulalba said...

Lol, so true Peter!

David said...

Great work!

Stryker said...

More fantastic work! What make was the kit?

warpaintjj said...

Now that is a good looking church - nice paint job too. Who makes them?
Best wishes
JJ

warpaintjj said...

Really lovely model and beautifully painted too.
Best wishes
JJ

Mad Tin Hatter said...

Looks great Paul. Would prolly do for WW2 Eastern front stuff as well ;)

Anonymous said...

Trying to work out the make too. Great work there Paul.

John B

paulalba said...

Thanks guys,
Sorry to say I don't know the make. I'll enquire tomorrow.

Ken said...

No Russian campaign would be complete without one!

You have managed to make the woodwork look really good.

John (VonBlucher) said...

Paul,
Very Inicely done I have a damaged one from Musket minatures for my 1807 Russian Army still to paint, so this will give me some great inspiration with the colors you used.