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    christopher crabbchristopher crabb
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    This terrain was built to be suitable for as many periods as possible, so please don’t hate me for posting in the largest applicable subforum!

    Multi-period and multi setting adobe buildings, cast in desert-coloured resin so you can get ’em on the board toot sweet! More to come, like on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/fogoumodels/, Twitter https://twitter.com/Fogou_Models or Kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/profile/fogoumodels for all the details!

    hoodoothatfogou

    WWW.FOGOUMODELS.CO.UK

    #127180
    MikeMike
    Keymaster

    That looks exceptionally ace.

    #127184
    Thomaston
    Participant

    That is nice. I like the round buildings and the overall texture.

    Tired is enough.

    #127185
    John TreadawayJohn Treadaway
    Participant

    Clever idea casting them in coloured resin.

    John Treadaway

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    "They don't have to like us, snake, they just have t' make the payment schedule" Lt Cooter - Hammer's Slammers
    #127231
    christopher crabbchristopher crabb
    Participant

    Thanks guys, yes the texture was the key to us, and the sand resin can be a real time saver. Blurb below!

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/fogoumodels/mud-brick-starter-28mm-adobe-mud-brick-buildings

    And we’re live! Thank you to everyone who has shown interest so far, If you back, we love you, have some more roast potatoes, if you just want to help out we’d appreciate any attention you can throw our way by liking or sharing the campaign page, and/or by commenting on our posts when you see them. It really makes the world of difference and means a lot. There will be a small token of appreciation for everyone who shares/retweets/makes a forum post, make sure we know about it by tagging @Fogoumodels (FB) or @Fogou_models (T). Thank you!

     

    hoodoothatfogou

    WWW.FOGOUMODELS.CO.UK

    #127302
    christopher crabbchristopher crabb
    Participant

    Woohoo we’re in the black and funded! Thanks to everyone who has spread the word or backed so far. You’re all my favourite.

    To say thank you, everyone who did our shilling gets a token of our appreciation, and you can too! Just make sure that we know you’ve done it by @ing or tagging us. Stretch goals will be up in the next couple of days, and more updates exploring the features of the models will follow. Cheers me dears!

    Here’s the link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/fogoumodels/mud-brick-starter-28mm-adobe-mud-brick-buildings

    (Added to your pledge or a webstore order, it will not be posted out on it’s own! One per customer)

    hoodoothatfogou

    WWW.FOGOUMODELS.CO.UK

    #127342
    christopher crabbchristopher crabb
    Participant

    Hi all, please forgive the forwarding of this speed painting tutorial, thought i’d show you how you can get table-ready results toot sweet with these buildings.

    There was no washing off mould release as none is used, and the model wasn’t undercoated, it was all done with drybrushing and washes straight onto the resin. This is a real time saver.
    Remember that we are running a 20% off Black Friday sale TODAY, use the code ‘THEYLIVEWASRIGHT’ and either chose ‘Kickstarter’ shipping if you wish to have your order sent out with your order (please make a note of your order number)

    https://www.fogoumodels.co.uk/

    First off, a fairly heavy drybrush of Vallejo Model Colour ‘Pale Sand’ (This is slightly lighter than Bleached Bone), favouring the top half of the wall, points on the facade and ledge, and gradually easing up towards the base of the building.

    Now a lighter drybrush of VMC White.

    Now a 60/40 water/Agrax Earthshade wash all over, taking time to roughly push a bit extra into the cracks. The resin will ‘drink’ up the shade more than you might expect, so you might want to do another wash after the first has dried, as I did.

    A final light drybrush of white over all the edges and we’re done! You may wish to varnish at this stage, but the paint will stick to the model a lot better than you might expect from other materials.

    There we have it! Almost all the range can be painted this way, you really can get this stuff table-ready in no time.
    Thanks for reading, backing and supporting! F.M.

    hoodoothatfogou

    WWW.FOGOUMODELS.CO.UK

    #127346
    MikeMike
    Keymaster

    What sort of resin do you use?

    #127642
    christopher crabbchristopher crabb
    Participant

    Hello everyone! Have avoided spamming you for a little while, but just a quick update on stretch goals…

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/fogoumodels/mud-brick-starter-28mm-adobe-mud-brick-buildings

    And we’re closing in on this biggun’

    Cheers! FM

    hoodoothatfogou

    WWW.FOGOUMODELS.CO.UK

    #127866
    christopher crabbchristopher crabb
    Participant

    Hello everyone, we left you alone for a while, and we’ve now unlocked EIGHT stretch goals, with more to come.

    KICKSTARTER
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    The campaign ends on Thursday morning so have a look, get a pledge in and sahre it about, we’d luv it as much as this orc loves his MUD BRICK STARTER home!

    Thanks very much for all your help and kind words, FM.

    hoodoothatfogou

    WWW.FOGOUMODELS.CO.UK

    #127867
    MikeMike
    Keymaster

    Excellent news, what did you say the resin you used again was?

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