Saturday, 13 October 2012

Miniature Wargames 355 - The Chapel at Rofenburg

Miniature Wargames issue 355 features an article written by me - The Chapel at Rofenburg. The model is based on an actual white-washed chapel in the Principality of Liechtenstein and was built to accompany my many Flintloque miniatures. The techniques and building tutorial will be of use to others who want to try their hand at scratch-building wargame terrain.


The image above shows the finished structure with a Flintloque Trolkin guarding the front door. Full details can be found in the November edition of Miniature Wargames (issue 355) which retails for £4.25.


Please support this great publication and look out for similar articles by me in the future. I hope you enjoy it.

Tony

NB.
This link shows the actual chapel.

9 comments:

Paul´s Bods said...

A lovely building. It must be great to have a publication showing your work!
Cheers
Paul

Wargame News and Terrain Blog, said...

Excellent looking chapel, congratulations with your publication!

Rob Alderman said...

Stop it! Stop making such nice buildings, I am always jealous of your work Tony!!!

I look forward to buying my first issue of the magazine for some time!!!

Rob

Bob Lock said...

Well done Tony, excellent work as usual. It looks better than the original!

Tea in Thailand said...

Wow Dad, good work! :D You're famous! Good that they've put your blog name on the bottom, let me know how hits change. xxx

Christopher said...

Its a good building and a good article. Miniature Wargames has really got its act together in the last years or so. Which is particularly good news what with Wargames Illustrated becoming little more than a FoW catalogue with view O level history essays thrown in.

Ubique Matt said...

Bought the mag at the weekend, noticed the article and thought 'that looks like Dampfpanzerwagon's work' - and it was! Very informative and a lovely model.

Regards,
Matt

Tea in Thailand said...

He he, I love that someone picked up the magazine and thought 'that looks like Tony's work!' Very impressive!

Anonymous said...

It must be a nice feeling having people compliment you on things you have made, no matter what it is.