Three houses, a Smithy, and the Coaching Inn

Back in April a very wonderful package was delivered to my door. Though the snow had melted, giddy feelings bubbling inside reminded me of ripping into Santa-stamped gift-wrap as a wee scamp. 

It has been five long months of washing, priming and painting. Finally the collection is complete! In all there are 5 buildings: the Mansion, the Black Smith Forge, Town House 1 and 2, and the Coaching Inn

 Cobble Stone alleyways don't get much better!

Cobble Stone alleyways don't get much better!

 The Black Smith Forge

The Black Smith Forge

 The water effects in the barrel, and bucket worked out nicely. 

The water effects in the barrel, and bucket worked out nicely. 

 A great opportunity to work on that  OSL . 

A great opportunity to work on that OSL

 Townhouse 1. The only building in the bunch to feature flat-black wood. I always have trouble keeping a consistent colour scheme over large projects like this; something to work on. 

Townhouse 1. The only building in the bunch to feature flat-black wood. I always have trouble keeping a consistent colour scheme over large projects like this; something to work on. 

 The Mansion and Townhouse 2

The Mansion and Townhouse 2

 Side view

Side view

 Some of the Mansion's interior detail. I'm quite fond of the chalk board installation. 

Some of the Mansion's interior detail. I'm quite fond of the chalk board installation. 

 Coaching Inn

Coaching Inn

 Back side

Back side

 A great little balcony for any miniature with strong convictions to disseminate their point of view. 

A great little balcony for any miniature with strong convictions to disseminate their point of view. 

 Meticulously painted interior detail! (This is where patience dies wretchedly)

Meticulously painted interior detail! (This is where patience dies wretchedly)

 Another angle

Another angle

 Group Shot :) 

Group Shot :) 

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What blew me away about these products wasn't the mind-bending detail, but the sturdy quality of the resin used. These puppies come with (more or less) no assembly required, and I suspect they could stand-up to some significant handling (read punishment). 

They are very expensive, but I can earnestly recommend the entire Tabletop World product line after having spent so much time with these. Worth every penny!  

Once I have a chance to arrange them on the forthcoming HDM cobble stone mat I will surely spam y'all with more photos! Just as a reminder it is coming with three partners, and looks like this: 

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