Friday, 15 March 2019

Some recent commission work

Evening all :-)

Been quite busy recently (which is no bad thing) so here's a selection of the work that's been done. I'll have some more Salute news next week.















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Sunday, 17 February 2019

Salute 2019

Salute is fast approaching and I'll be trading there once again as OSHIRO modelterrain. Our trade stand number is TB04. There seems to be no map for the show yet but as soon as it's available I'll post it here.

We are also taking pre-orders for the show and there is a 'Salute pre-order pick up' selection in the postage options in the webshop shopping cart. Link below.

OSHIROmodels Webshop

Remember when collecting your order at Salute to bring your order reference number. We do carry pretty much most of everything but do sell out of a lot of items on the day so get those pre-orders in :-)

We are also hosting a Gothic Horror participation game on table GA06 using the new Gothic Horror supplement for the popular Fistful of Lead skirmish rules. It's called 'Tales of Horror and we will have stock of this and the regular Fistful of Lead rules and accoutrements. There's a couple of sneaky preview photos of the game below.

We will also be stocking a new Gothic Horror figure range, more details on which later.

Hope to see you there :-)







Monday, 4 February 2019

The Aspern church

Quite a big build this one. It's to go with the other Aspern Essling building base I've done in the past and is a nice way to finish the commission off.

There is some conjecture here as there wasn't that much info available but I hope I've got it fairly close (obviously some sacrifices have been made as it's a wargaming model).

The spire was drawn in Rhino and printed on my Anycubic Photon. There are two other tops for the tower, A normal tiled one and a ruined tiled one but I forgot to take photos.

The compound is separate and can be placed either side of the church.












Monday, 21 January 2019

German church

Another German commission and this one follows on from a previous job. The building has no base as the client will be doing that himself. I've got another four normal houses to finish off (this week) then it'll be on to some AWI builds for him.

The spire was drawn in Rhino and 3d printed on an Anycubic Photon. The z axis needs a bit of tweaking as there are some strata lines in the print and I'll sort that out later this week. It was given a quick sand to remove the lines, primed and painted with copper paint and given a slight patina.










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Wednesday, 9 January 2019

More German builds with a slight twist

Only in the fact that they’re not painted this time as the client will be doing that himself.

Slightly different construction for the intact house as everything could be stuck on whereas normally the roof goes on after the walls are painted so I can stick the windows in without risking paint getting on them. 

Quite pleased with the ruin. It’s been simplified a bit, otherwise I’d be there for ages getting the details right. I think (hope) it’s a good balance between accuracy and detail. 












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Sunday, 6 January 2019

Napoleonic building base

My German/Austrian building commissions are quite popular and here's another one (from a set of three) that's complete.

One foot square to represent a village, the others will be the same size but different layouts.

Not much else to say really, 28mm Austrian for scale.











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