Middle Eastern Village Complete – Peshawar Project

The Middle Eastern Building

I managed to finally get around to finishing the Middle Eastern Buildings I had for the Peshawar project. THe buildings were sourced from Brigade Models and from Irregular Miniatures.

Most of the bases are 40mm x 40mm square with the exception of the bases with the mosques which are 80mm x 40mm. This sort of fits with the ground troops and the Contraptions and Land Ironclads when I get around to getting some as they will also be on 40mm square bases.

The infantry, artillery and cavalry will be on 40mm wide bases with depth of 10mm, 20mm or 30mm mostly. In the meantime, the gallery below covers all the Middle Eastern buildings. I do have some European buildings to paint as well but those will now need to wait until I move house*.

Paint is various colours from the Vallejo Range, base is sand from Baccus 6mm which is the finest I have come across and there are one or two home made trees tucked away in there. Final varnish is Liquitex Professional Matt Varnish.


* Wargamer’s excuse for not painting something today number 17 😉

4 thoughts on “Middle Eastern Village Complete – Peshawar Project

  1. Doug 31 August 2020 / 3:41 pm

    looking good, but where are all the people. and there’s no Souk! 😉

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    • Thomo the Lost 31 August 2020 / 10:46 pm

      Argh, noooo. Scratch building a souk in 1/900 … how hard can it be? Hmmm, OK, I can see how … but it will need to wait until after my house move.

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    • Thomo the Lost 31 August 2020 / 10:47 pm

      It was originally planned for a larger table than I currently have. Still, it’s like Field of Dreams I guess!

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