which I'm pleased to say went together well.
I'm no great shakes with plastic kits, I've either got too much or too little glue in the wrong places.
So far I've got to the stage where I'm putting detail onto (and into) the model.
Here's a few photographs of the story so far:
The white sheet of plastic in the bottom left was going to be the base, but proved just too small.
The back "porch". I've added two posts to support the porch roof and a card piece as the ground for the porch. The back wall shows the the first layer of grey over the brown. Successive layers will be a lighter grey then white.
As I stated at the start of this blog the farmhouse isn't quite finished and whilst waiting for glue to set and paint to dry I've added the buildings below to my wip's.
They're going to be more "flats" as I did earlier this year, thanks to a friend who gave me six sheets of foamboard (each about half the size of a sheet of A1.) (they can be seen here)
There's no real reason to show them here but it gives a good chance to link to Clint's current project (Project number 87 for this year I believe) and you can see his progress on his blog here.
You may want to back-track a few posts though and read about this project from the beginning.
As always your comments are both welcomed and appreciated.