Saturday, 21 April 2012

crime in war, war in crime

this was my entry into the group build over at the guild. it is part of my grand project but it is a building so it classified as an entry.
a town street ruined my war, the sorrows of many can be seen in the rubble of old shops and factories

more ruins behind the road, look at the walls broken, the ladder winding its way up to the roof

I call this my money shot

out of focus but cool terrain for war eh?

brocken walls and doors and a sneak peak as to what is inside

there are the removable floors in order of height, top on the left, bottom on the right.

what a poor inocent... hand on a moment!!!

these look like the hallmarks of a counterfiet operation

lets look upstairs

behind these ruins there is another story to tell

ah ha just what I was looking for a printing machine churning out cash

look at all the cash

paper in on the right cash sheets out on the left

now we go down the stairs to the ground floor

in th other half of the building the ruins of war are obvious

and on this side a bathroom

here is an airial view. pretty cool eh?

now the whole structure looking throught that gapping hole

here is a soldier climbing up through the rubble to get up to the next story

he's made it but what will he find???
Now onto my new followers 3 to announce. (seems to be the theme of this site)
greetings to 1939 from 1939-1939Pola ChwaƂy and code-name wargaming.
welcome to Bluewillow from well just go look at their profile alot of blogs... they are being very nice to me as they are willing to send me some old AFV kits. Now I can build my forces :-D
helo to Thomas from Full spectrum warrior3rd gulf warthomas wargames and he also is involved in code-name wargaming.


  1. Fantastic building Gowan! Excellent photos too.

  2. Nice building Gowan!

    PS: I have my doubts about the wood on the windows of the first floor. I think they have to be on the inside.


  3. Nice buildings, I like all the detail. It's got me thinking about foam core though. Is it too thick for 1/72 scale walls? I see you used card for some interior walls. Not meant to be a criticism, just thinking out loud.

    1. I agree with you. the only problem is how rigid the card is. this new card I am usind is great and I may use it for some poorer buildings. you won't see me using it as walls in my next building though as it is a church and hense thick walls