June sees the release of a couple of 6mm projects that have been waiting a while.
Firstly, Sidi Rezegh Mosque - This Arab saint's tomb saw some of the action during ‘Operation Crusader’ in 1941. With a plain sandy finish over stone cladding, this model is intended to be a generic piece whilst retaining its representation of the original structure. Footprint is only 33mm x 33mm and stands 30mm high.
Secondly, is this Medieval Manor House. A half-timbered medieval style manor, originally intended to be part of a walled set, but Waterloo sets took precedence and I never got round to finishing the rest of the set (yet). With a footprint of 44mm x 28mm and standing 37mm high this model lends itself to many periods, from medieval to fantasy.