The roof is finished on the Old Crow. Next up windows, then paint.
I got this punch from the scrapbooking world. It was $50 at Hobby Lobby, I got it for like $20 on Amazon.
It’s kind of a pain to use with plastic card, but it works. I took the for sale signs and sanded a grain into it with 50 grit sandpaper, to give a wood grain feel.
Hopefully this will make the roofing tiles go quicker. I needed a deeper cut than pinking sheers could give me, and this punch fits the bill.
Finished up framing the last building for Gripenhem. Up next I’ll be revisiting the ring wall, then I’ll start finishing the buildings up.
I got a little bit of work done in all of the post Oshkosh craziness yesterday. I put the roof bases on a couple of buildings. The Owl Corner has a weird, twisting roof. It’ll be interesting!
I’m gonna revisit my Dwarven Airship a bit over the next week.
I started with a Revell 1:50th scale Viking ship. The scale seemed pretty right on for the size of your standard miniatures. The sides of the ship were a bit high for dwarves though, so I added a step up along the rails and at the bow.
Nautical beads and mega mini bits rounded out the basic ship detailing.
Drawing the blocks on with pencil, then tracing with a knife.
Opening up the cuts with a pencil, then pushing in blocks randomly.