Monday, 14 November 2011

Mediterranean church completed

Well, it works for me!

 

BTW, the tombs are movable. They are for dividing the church yard into separate 'village sections / deployment areas'. I did part of the yard unturfed; I fancy putting a statue / fountain here at some point in the future; and it breaks up a large area of 'grounds' quite nicely.

It was painted with artists yellow ochre acrylic (from a tube), ink washed in very dark brown, then dry brushed with shades of magnolia emulsion paint. The roof was painted with enamels. Stained glass, brickwork and doors were painted with inks.

7 comments:

BigRedBat said...

Cor! That is very good, indeed, well done!

Simon

Mike said...

Very nice. The tombs are a great addition.

Alanus, Dux Homunculorum said...

This looks superb. Great work!

Rodger said...

Wow!! That is awesome. Great work.

Colonel Shofer said...

Glorious !!!

CS

Stuart said...

Wow, that looks cool, I especially like your finishing touches and imagination. Perhaps it's your choice of figureS for the photograph or my bias but you could have a good go at Castello Mirabello for Pavia with this stuff.

Stuart

Willie Anderson said...

Looks great James!