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Tudor Row Houses

Finally Done After a very long time this project is finally done.  Such relief cannot be expressed. All of the hard work has paid off and the end product is […]

Tudor Row Houses – Part 5

Part 5 (finally) brings us to some of the detail work on this project. 1. First up, the lead flashing around the chimneys and roof lines.  In order to create […]

Tudor Row Houses – Part 4

Part 4 brings us the roof sections.  Using my standard method, I began by creating a cardboard base, then I cut a ton of shingle strips and began affixing them […]

The Old Stable

Once a proud part of an estate, now it is an old stable, run down, collapsing, crumbling, yet somehow still serviceable. A formerly wealthy plot of land has fallen into […]

Old Stable – Part 3

This week has seen the rush to finish the project in time.  The final stages always go quick, so here is what happened. First I glued in all the walls […]

Old Stable – Part 1

This is a revival of an old project.  Originally it was an to be part of the base of the Wizard’s Tower, but it never quite fit the feel I […]

Making Slate Roofs

1. Begin with a piece of cardboard as a base. I use cereal boxes as a cheap and readily available source of cardboard.               […]

Wizard’s Tower

Follow the trail to an ancient withered tower, crumbling from age as it stands on an outcrop of rock. Abandoned? Hardly, for behind its crumbling façade, lives a wizard of […]

The Old Windmill

An old windmill sits forsaken, given up, and wasting away. Once an important tool in the lives of the surrounding countryside, now it crumbles and is left forgotten and alone. […]