Dry Goods, JP’s House, Gunsmith, Livery Stable, and Bank

I won’t be posting for work-related reasons until the middle of December, so I figured I better take the opportunity to post some pics of my newly painted buildings. Here we have my Dry Goods Store. It’s actually named after a long-standing family business in my community. Posing on the step is the first Western model I’ve painted – one of the Pinkerton Detectives from Artizan. Fantastic models, I highly recommend them.

The house around which my building tutorial was based. It’s the home of the local Justice of the Peace. As a well-to-do and co-founding member of Assumption, he can afford to cough up for a few gallons of paint.

The Gunsmith – front view.

Tin roof and chimney.

The Livery Stable. This was my first experiment with a planked roof.

The Bank. The sign is a little larger than I had planned, but I’ve moved on to other buildings. One can’t obsess on minor details while engaged in a project of this scale 😉

Roof and chimmney.

That’s a total of eight buildings painted. I just primed the hotel, fences, and started detailing the restaurant. However, you’ll have to wait until December for further updates. I know Ken has started prepping his outlaws for painting today, so it shouldn’t be too too long before we get some shots of in-game action posted.

Thanks for reading,

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