Some time back, I picked up some 28mm desert buildings as noted in a previous post.
I wanted to get them finished before the end of the year so they could be added to my total in the TFL Painting Challenge, but had been holding off photographing them till the PVA in the well dried clear, and the palm trees arrived.. well. Finally!
These were 'Supreme Littleness' buildings from Michael, treated with a grout, then dry-brushed with household emulsions. I am very pleased with how they have turned out. Not quite the works of art that Michael has on the site, but plenty good enough for me.
The two- storey house has a particularly nice balcony, and lots of nice details.
You can see the PVA in the well hasn't cured yet.. but it will.. it will.. the palm tree is a very cheap plastic one from China, I think they were from Gentoys and worked out at literally pennies each in three or so sizes. I got plenty to add interest to other buildings, wells, oasis, or similar.
After building the previous two, I liked the models so much, I purchased the bases from Supreme Littleness, and the basic one storey house.
I have some buildings on order from Warbases, but I would love it if Supreme Littleness expanded its range as well.