Sunday, 14 December 2014

28mm Bridges

Yet again I have been painting for others. These are resin bridges in 25/28mm for Chris to add to his Medieval farm that I painted up a month or two ago.

One of them is from Hovels but the other I have absolutely no idea!

 All the foliage on this one, is to cover up imperfections in the casting.


The other bridge has cast on grass and bushes that I have added static grass and some foliage to.

 The little gate house/ toll both is rather cool. It is a separate casting that I have left as a separate piece.

Both are nice models that were easy enough to paint.
Hopefully Chris will be happy with the results.

25 comments:

  1. For sure, Chris will be happy with this wonderful result...this bridge is really beautiful!

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  2. I've got to say that I'm rather taken with both of those, great job Rodger.

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  3. Nice work on the bridges - someone will be pleased :)

    (btw - is there some sort of sound pop up on your blog... or is that me...?)

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  4. They are rather nice pieces of scenery and the addition of the foliage has brought them to life.

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  5. Really nice work with the bridges!

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  6. Excellent looking bridges and something I really need to add to my own!

    Christopher

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  7. I'm sure Chris will love 'em both! Nice work!

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  8. Nice work! I'm sure that Chris will be thrilled!

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  9. Nice looking bridge Rodger. I rather like the addition of the toll booth at the end.

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  10. Very nice! The foliage looks great, especially on the first one :-)

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  11. Great looking bridges, would love to know the maker of the second one! Are the roads >50mm wide?

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    1. Approx 60mm wide. This is from memory though!

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  12. N is for nice Rodger. Splendid looking work mate.

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  13. Good looking bridges. They will add a nice touch to tables. cheers

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  14. The magnificent bridge.
    Reminds me, my home village river bridge.
    Time my youth, and walk together with girl
    In the middle of picnic areas, and beyond kisses-cottage

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  15. Very nice looking bridges Rodger.

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  16. Excellent terrain; suitable for so many periods and scenarios

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  17. Nice work. They will complement your tables very nicely. :)

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  18. I am sure their owner will love your work. I've seen the second model before, the one with the little gatehouse, but I have no idea what the manufacturer is. You've made them both look very fine.

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  19. Quality terrain Roger.
    Merry Christmas,
    Pat.

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  20. Great job done on these bridges Rodger! Great idea to use foliage to cover the imperfections!

    Greetings
    Peter

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  21. Very good!
    Excellent scenic elements to use for a wargame, the first bridge seems ideal for the Battle of Antietam.
    See you soon
    Simmy

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