Wednesday, November 9, 2011

A Small Village in the Eastern Sudan - Tamai 1884/85


My 'Project Sudan' is coming along just nicely, I have just finished making this little village for the Mahdi followers in the Eastern Sudan. The whole construction and painting only took two days. We are playing a Sudan game this weekend so I thought it might be nice to construct something a little different for the game and this could either be the centre piece or just on the table edge. The buildings are from Hovels resin Sudan and African range and the zereba is made from think industrial scouring pads, painted brown and dry brush..quite effective I think.








8 comments:

Rodger said...

Very nicely painted buildings Vinnie. The scouring pads has worked out very well indeed too.

luca said...

I'd think more than effective!!
congratulation

Paul´s Bods said...

excellent painting and scratch building. The scouring pads ...I first thought it was a shop bought product.. !!!
Cheers
paul

Christopher(aka Axebreaker) said...

In a word....cool!

Christopher

Willie Anderson said...

Looks great well done!

Bluewillow said...

sweet mate!!!!

cheers
Matt

Andrew Parr said...

Very nice work Vinman.
Andrew

Cyrus said...

The village is ace, must try out the scouring pads!