Not happy with a lack of depth with my first coats of colour I decided a bit of a wash of burnt umber might help, so much so I slapped it about a bit on the other buildings in the project.
|Not really sure that has helped.|
|Ruins all redone including dirty tiles.|
|Starting to look more like it. You can just make out the tiled floor inside.|
The it was a matter of picking out the brickwork to give it a bit more depth and break up the white.
The bases were then given a liberal dose of fine sand and left to dry off.
|Re-sanding the bases for a more natural look.|
I could have left it at that, but I wanted those little details to draw the eye so put some crumbled plaster at the base of the wall where the brickwork has been exposed. I think it looks well.
A good coat of matt varnish in the spray booth followed by some strategically placed tufts and job done. Do you think it needs more tufts?
Just need to finish off the ruins now with piles of rubble and burnt beams where it has all collapses inwards.