Thursday, 6 October 2011

20mm Painted WW2 Scale Hornby Skaledale Church.

...bought with Amazon funds kindly donated by brother for birthday and is 00 scale, I always seem to have a church/temple for any period I game. This one reminds me of "The Eagle has Landed" and the attempt to kidnap Churchill, the gravestones are also from Hornby.

20mm nun and car for scale, it's a nice piece of kit (the roof being removable would have been nice though).













44 comments:

  1. Nice piece of work Angry. I like the car out front on the one shot. And "The Eagle Has Landed" was a brilliant film. Michael Caine, Robert Duvall and Donald Sutherland. I'm going to watch that again, thanks.

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  2. The gravestones are a nice touch.

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  3. Very nice church. The headstones look cool too.

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  4. Hornby make some great kits in their Scaledale range. Nice one, Fran!

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  5. That looks fantastic! Nice purchase, and I wasn't aware Amazon did this kind of stuff.

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  6. I understand the church in every period thing. It really looks great btw!

    Christopher

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  7. Sweet looking Church. One of the Best War films of the 70's.

    Good buy.

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  8. Nice looking model and one that works well with 28mm figures.

    Tony
    http://dampfpanzerwagon.blogspot.com/

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  9. Really nice model. I love the bridge you've got there in the background too.

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  10. great looking piece,i find hornby stuff a bit pricey

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  11. Very nice looking church !

    Best regards dalauppror

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  12. Looks great, out of interest how do 28mm figures look next to it, I know they are a lot bigger than 20mm but if it's not to insane looking It would be an easy way for me to fill up the table.

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  13. Nice looking piece of terrain there!

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  14. Great building that will add alot to your gaming table

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  15. That's pretty awesome. I liked the tombstones.
    And see that freaking nun again? i told you she is up to something. Keep a close eye on her, she probably has an uzi under her dress.

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  16. wow, this one was really lovely, Lurk, please give us more buildings and houses!

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  17. these are so darn cute. So real. I am going to try making these. ??!

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  18. She probably has a silenced sten. Very nice mate I'm so jealous of all you terrain that you have

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  19. Very nice terrain; I really like pre-painted terrain - although it is more costly. These would look good for multiple periods. Best, Dean

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  20. Dang! every single stone in that is so detailed!! :D

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  21. Smillie: Will take a pic at the weekend and post it for you on Monday or maybe before.

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  22. Pretty cool church. Isn't there any chance of removing the roof? Maybe by cutting?

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  23. Beautiful work, excellently detailed. That's the kind of church that needs to be overrun with zombie miniatures. I promise that's a compliment.

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  24. Looks great! I agree and would have love to check out the inside of the church.

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  25. Very nice looking model, was thinking of making one but this would save a lot of time and effort.

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  26. Excellent kit and it will look good for lots of periods/locations

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  27. Superb! What a great find, you just need a waterwheel now to snare sneaky German paratroopers!

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  28. Oh, that is very nice. I need to get one of those. Thanks for posting.

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  29. I'm not just amazed there's a church of that size, but one that's from WW2.

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  30. Cheers mate, comparison picture would be great.

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  31. That's a great building. Nice stone building to turn into a fortress.

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  32. that nun sure does get around. ;)

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  33. That's a great setting for zombies to rise

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  34. That church looks great, nice to see the nun is willing to stick around in a soon to be warzone.

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  35. Nice church Fran, It looks excellent, now when was the last time you visited....that long huh, tsk tsk tsk

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  36. This looks very great. When I see that Pictures, i want to make it too...
    (sorry, my english is not so good)

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