Sunday, January 29, 2012

Chickasaw Fort Complete

Front view. I used Woodland Scenics Deciduous foliage and their clump bushes. I also added coarse turf in places.  Affixed with Woodland Scenics Hob e Tac.

Same view from above.  As you can see the palings aren't perfect.  The cost, about four bucks, however, was.

A top view.  I feel I got a nice mix of green area and bare earth. 

A back view.
I finished landscaping the Chickasaw Fort on Thursday, but am just getting around to pictures today.  I'm really pleased with the way this turned out, even if the landscaping just sort of looks stuck on.  I still have more scratchbuilding to do for Mississippi.  The houses and grain storage is next on my list, but probably not something I'll take on immediately.

5 comments:

Dave S. said...

It looks pretty good. I think was expecting the posts to be closer together, but I guess this still provides the protection they were looking for. So, what's next for building?

Ed the THW Guy said...

Very nicely done Kevin. I will try and replicate it over here in 15mm. Wasn't aware such a thing existed.
Looking forward to Enfilade and your game. I'll be doing a Muskets and Mohawks Napoleonic game myself.

David Sullivan said...

It looks great. It's not Vauban, but it will stop an arrow.

Ted Henkle said...

Very nice! I love Woodland Scenics products.

Paul of the Man Cave said...

Nice stuff! Good for a Saxon hamlet too!