The fort or palisade or whatever you want to call it is moving toward it's terminal phases.
I started by painting the palings Ceramcoat brown-gray and then washing them with Ceramcoat Walnut. That made them look pretty weathered, maybe a little too weathered, and also gave the color just a little more depth. I also used the Walnut wash over the built up areas to provide some shading to the earthen areas.
After that it was patiently putting down the Woodland Scenics turf. It's really tempting to rush through this, but that just creates holes in your work. I use a big brush to apply Woodland Scenics cement and then just scatter it over the glue and try to recover whatever is left over. Then I let it sit for 15 minutes before moving on to the next area. When it's all applied, I Dullcoat it to more effectively hold it in place.
Next, it's on to the finishing landscape pieces.
Wandering Around Ireland, Part II - A little after noon, Barry, Bob, and I rolled into Londonderry proper. We passed through the walls at Ferryquay Gate and climbed a set of stone steps to th...
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