Tuesday, April 8, 2014

The mill gets a makeover and a new location

Greetings everyone,
 This mill was made for my Civil War layout,  after a while it got pushed out to the wilderness, to a part of the table that you could barely see...So it got totally rebuilt and moved back to 1200 A.D.
The inside of the roof was restructured , the base around the bottom of the building got a bunch of new brick and some woodwork now graced the stucco walls. It is now front and center where it should be.




































25 comments:

  1. Looks excellent! the brickwork at the bottom of the building especially.

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  2. What stunning photos! I never tire of looking at them myself!

    Loved the first and fourth photo in particular!

    Greetings from Brazil!

    Mauther

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  3. What a pleasure to see the results of your on going paper-glue-paint-drywall-mud modeling genius. Sweet!

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  4. Bonjour,
    Un travail incroyable ! Je suis émerveillée devant vos oeuvres. C'est vraiment impressionnant et fascinant.
    Gros bisous

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  5. Another one of the great house, Captain
    Stone-foot (= kivi+jalka / groundwork) is really good.
    Mill belonged each to village.

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  6. I always enjoy seeing your work Captain especially when you produce things of such quality. A wonderful transformation Sir.

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  7. Great work and great pics !
    Cheers .

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  8. That looks so good Captain! Wonderful!

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  9. Always beautiful Capt'ain...the last picture seems to be a real one, not a miniature...excellent work!

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  10. Es una maravilla.Merece la pena que se vea bién.

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  11. If I search something wrong in that mill because I would be very intelligent, I can't find anything !
    Question:
    -all is good ?
    -or I'm not intelligent ?

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  12. Its got its flaws...but its just cardboard and paper, spackling, sepia, and on and on and on

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  13. Great pictures and god technique.It was very inspirational to read.You are a good housebuilder!

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    Teds Woodworking has more than 16,000 woodworking plans with STEP-BY-STEP instructions, photos and blueprints to make each project laughably easy.

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