Monthly Archives: October 2008

Hotel, Law Office & Jail, and Dry Goods

Another productive streak. My father was a carpenter at one time, and I must have inherited the genes unknowingly. I’ve completed three more buildings for the town of Assumption. Here we have the new hotel. I threw some curtains in … Continue reading

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The Saloon

This has certainly been my most ambitious building attempt yet. It was initially going to be a hotel, but as I designed the front, the plan started to take a different direction. I settled on a saloon in the end, … Continue reading

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My Cardboard Bank

I’m experiencing another productive period. This is the second Wild West building in two days. I think this one will be the bank. We need a good objective for the outlaws to hit and the lawmen to protect, and I … Continue reading

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Western Building: first one with a false front

With only one Cygnar model left to paint for the upcoming 1000-point game, I’ve started thinking about the Old West again. For those who have kept track, I’ve built a workshop, a livery stable, and a two-storey house, but no … Continue reading

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Workbench Update: A Tour Around the Geek Room

Well, not so much a tour of the room itself, but more of a tour of my active projects and thoughts as of late. To use the cliche… “I’ve got good news, and I’ve got bad news.” The good news, … Continue reading

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