Now to the final part of the Scottish castle commission, a small stables block that can be attached to the main keep.
The idea was to have a couple of stable blocks on a separate base but with some loose walls (with magnets) that can be put between the two bases but also there's a small wicker fence that can be placed between the two stable blocks so it can be a separate base all on it's own.
All the walls for this were from Wills sheets and the quoins are styrene strip. The thatch is the dreaded teddybear fur that had a bit of work with glue and a comb and hasn't turned out too bad (I am still looking for the perfect thatch but it's been a long slog and I ain't there yet).
The doors are normal balsa wood given a bit of distress which helps with the drybrushing. Ground work was per the castle itself. The walls and thatch were sprayed but finished off in a more traditional manner (wash and drybrush).
Of course, for me, the enjoyable part is the growies. Same as before but with a few more heather bushes and some longer bits of grass.