After undercoating in black spray I used a very bright red red almost like a highlight.
The two rough pieces of planking to the left centre of the photo are for the loft .
The photo on the right shows the inside of the lean-to roof, to which I have added a bar of sprue, to prevent the roof sliding off; it would of course not be necessary if the roof wasn't of the "lift-off" variety.
Moving on to the sparse internal detailing:
The cut-out from the shed into the barn proper should really have had some framework added to it but it was an oversight.
The whole barn measures just less than 5" lengthways and just over 3" width-ways (125mm x 75mm); the lean-to footprint is about 1¼" x 2 ¾" (30mm x 70mm).
The height is about 4½" to the barn roof ridge and about 2 ½" to the eaves, the lean-to is substantially shorter.
And that's it for this week, I've already made a half-hearted start on the "Perry" Farmhouse.
As ever your comments are both welcomed and appreciated.