Project : Normandy terrain boards stage 6.

Posted: September 25, 2014 in 15mm, Flames Of War, Project, Scratch Built, Terrain, WW2
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There is light at the end of the tunnel πŸ™‚

Finally nearly finished some of the detail including an

orchard, most of the Normandy farm, telegraph poles and bits.

I will let the pictures do the talking.

Click on any picture for a larger image.

The farm house(don’t worry about the chimney):


Rear view of a stable :


A barn:


Telegraph poles in production :


An orchard:




More farm buildings unfinished :


Stay tuned folks πŸ™‚

  1. Pure beauty. Extremely well painted and the orchard is a feast for the eyes, too. I love the fruit in the trees. Is this a product one can buy or did you use other materials to achieve this effect?

    • 40kterminatus says:

      The trees in the orchard are Gaugemaster Apple trees meant to be used with H0 scale trains. I cut them up with some wire cutters and each HO tree makes about 6-7, 15mm type trees.

      Thanks for the nice comments πŸ™‚

  2. 40kterminatus says:

    The walls to the orchard are N gauge railway walls and its all sat on a plasticard base. The raised lines under the trees are styrene. The Normandy farm will sit on a plasticard base as well.

  3. arkiegamer says:

    I’ll go with a simple “Hell yeah!”

    Looks absolutely fantastic all around.

    • 40kterminatus says:

      Glad you like it. When I`m done I aim to do a Najewitz Modellbau review and a building/painting tutorial if I remember to list down all the stages as I do them lol

      • arkiegamer says:

        Please do! I hate to spend money on buildings, but these look SO good, especially with your painting, that I may be forced to let loose my grip on the purse strings.

  4. houseofqueeg says:

    Great paint on the buildings and the orchard is esp impressive!

    • 40kterminatus says:

      The buildings are easier to paint than you think as it’s mainly dry brushing. The orchard was very quick to make as well.

      Glad you liked them πŸ™‚

  5. airborneace says:

    Those buildings really panted up well.

  6. Thankss for this blog post

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