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    Alan Hamilton
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    Some time ago I posted about the generic dark age village that my son produced for me.  Recently he added 3 new buildings.

    The chief’s hall has a separate “porch” and lean to room.  It does not have a roof as I wanted it to match the ones I already have so i made it with card and an old bleached towel.

    A barn, store house or wooden hall

    And a ruin (timber roofing and card upper floor added from scrap)

     

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    #116815
    Patrice
    Patrice
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    Beautiful…

    …the colour is a bit unusual for thatch?

    Oh yes there’s certainly been some “purple rain” on there.

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    #116816

    Alan Hamilton
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    I think it is a trick of the lighting.  It is actually a grey towel bleached with brown patches.  Like these

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    Devon Start
    Devon Start
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    I think it is a trick of the lighting. It is actually a grey towel bleached with brown patches. Like these

    i was going to say “your son must have found my dads old car from the 70s and taken out the carpet!”  but you are right, the purple is the light and camera reacting to the brown. you can see the “wood” on the last image with no shag also looks purple

    #117792
    Devon Start
    Devon Start
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    having said that, i forgot to say these are pretty sweet

    #121843

    Mark Ainsworth
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    these look great!

    #121855
    Ochoin
    Ochoin
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    He’s a talented lad, Alan.

     

    donald

    #121863

    Alan Hamilton
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    Thanks, he is now deployed on an operational tour and is working up new buildings for printing on his return next year.

     

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