Another on-going project finished! The Games Workshop Fortified Manor kit has been part-done on my workbench for several months now (since my earlier May post). All that remained was finishing off the painting, which I'd been putting off due to the amount of fiddly bits it involved. So this week I decided to get back to it. A couple of hours of painting later, and it was done. I guess I shouldn't have left it so long!
I decided to go for a yellow-with-blue-roof look, which would be toned down a bit by the use of grey stone and my usual sand coloured final dry brush. For simplicity I didn't bother with things like rust on the metal fittings, I just gave them a brown wash to add a bit of depth. All in all I'm pleased with the result. It's no model painting masterclass, but rough and ready as it is it should fit in well with my other buildings in this scale. I'm just glad I didn't stick on the other 100 bits included in the box, or I'd still be painting!
All the component buildings and wall sections are still separate, for storage and on-table flexibility, although I can see the walls being a pain during games with the smaller sections easy to knock over. I may decide to stick them together if necessary but I'll keep them as-is for now. The pics show the full complex on the one paved board I have, which I'll generally use with this model. Now I just need to dig out some swashbucklers and have a game with it!