6mm SYW buildings

It’s ok to paint armies but these need something to fight over. Battles have been fought around peoples homes since wars started and so some buildings are needed for the 18th century battles. I have been using the club’s terrain and collection of buildings, as well as those owned by other members in some of the games. However, I wanted to have some of my own and have some at home – if I manage to play a game at home. So here are a few 6mm buildings painted up for this purpose.All are from Baccus, and the Church got a little damaged in storage, but just now has some ‘battle damage’. That’s ok though as no house is perfect either and these are terrain vs. the figures, so effect is as important as the details on them. The bases are also from Baccus and come with the models. I’m not sure I’ll really use them when gaming with these but I thought I might as well paint them up.Finally a top down shot of them all. Overall these are fairly simple to paint yet do improve the overall look of the gaming table.


About mellis1644

A painter and gamer who has no illusions about being the best painter but likes to play with decently painted toys and have fun gaming
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2 Responses to 6mm SYW buildings

  1. Doug says:

    You will find the separate bases are exactly the right size to fit a standard Polemos 60 x 30 base so that you can remove the building itself and replace with a troop element when occupying the buildings.

    • mellis1644 says:

      Very true. We play Sam’s Maurice rules though with twice the size bases but the nice ability to remove the building while keeping the footprint intact is really useful.

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