Burrows & Badgers, a Neverending Roof

Continuation of this hugely bad idea, the real thatched roof. It take a lot of time to complete a tiny area, with plenty of glue on the fingers (about 90% of the glue amount decorate the fingers). Five hours to not complete a side of the roof. I was planning to build this house in … Continue reading Burrows & Badgers, a Neverending Roof

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Burrows & Badgers, a Farmstead’s roof

Blobs of paint on a mouse, before working on the farm model. Roof work today. The question is: Shingle or thatched? Shingles are easy to make, just cutting some cardboard. Thatched, on the other side, is a little more messy. Using artificial fur coated with diluted glue. I don't have artificial fur at home. But … Continue reading Burrows & Badgers, a Farmstead’s roof

Burrows & Badgers, a Farmstead WIP

The walls are build, a generous coat of white diluted glue is applied, to reinforce the flimsy structure. Painted a Rat while the glue was drying. The beams are cut in a balsa plank, the flooring is made with tiny planks cut more than thirteen years ago while scratchbuilding a boat. The floor is obviously.... … Continue reading Burrows & Badgers, a Farmstead WIP

Burrows & Badgers, a Mouse’s Story

I discovered the game Burrows & Badgers a couple years ago, the rules where freely downloadable, and seemed nice to play. It used some anthropomorphic animals nicely sculpted. I forgot it and time passed. Until this spring. Living in a double centuries old farm, broken roof, a lot of life in the barn (kind of … Continue reading Burrows & Badgers, a Mouse’s Story