First the good news: I have finished off two more of the Musket Miniatures French Row houses for my ever expanding Villers-Bocage scenario. They still need a matte coat but I may wait for the temperature to rise a bit. I still have four to go but I am getting VERY close to completion. I can smell the scent of victory in the air! Of course, that might just be primer. . .
|The front view of the house. I have different shutter colors to tell them apart.|
|The rear view.|
|A disassembled house. Each has three levels and a detachable roof which gives the greatest possible troop density if you are conducting a large scale urban fight.|
|Each level can easily hold two medium size stands.|
|Battlefront house on the left and the Musket Miniature house on the right. I paint the walls white so that the stands inside stand out more.|
|Here are two similar German infantry stands in the houses. I think the stand in the right house is easier to see. The somewhat garish floor helps in this respect.|
|L-R Battlefront house and my recent additions. Dimensionally and color-wise the results are similar.|