Saturday, 22 June 2019

Castle of the Vampire

The last time I posted, I put up a work-in-progress picture of a building I was making. It's here:



I've managed to finish off the building and get it painted. I added a spire made from the Adeptus Titanicus spires kit, which I think scales off quite nicely. Because the top of the building seemed a bit wide and empty around the spire, I added some little domes or blunt spikes that I bought at the local art shop. I'm not sure what they're for (they might be the tops of fences in a bigger scale) but they make good gothic adornments. Also, I used them on the roof of this house, so they'll tie the scenery together.


The painting was fairly simple, and I used colours that reflected the other buildings for consistency. Probably the most interesting bit is that I used a light grey-blue for the highlighting colour on most of the stone, instead of my usual bone colour. I think it works really well and I like the overall effect.









2 comments:

Skully said...

Spookingly awesome!!!! That castle is top notch stuff, Toby!

Toby said...

Thanks very much! It came out surprisingly well!