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First street tiles done. 

 

I decided to start with just a few instead of the full on assembly line way I have doing things. Just to mix it up a little.

 

Sir Forscale and sewer tile for scale.

 

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Going more assembly style with the rest. Should hopefully save me time on cleaning brushes. 

 

I put some work in on these tiles tonight. All have Step 1 (the light brown drybrush on the peddles and bricks in gutter) and some have Step 2 (the off white drybrush on street and large stonework). (Note Sir Forscale laying down and napping. He is tired.)

 

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Hi Tal

 

 

Going more assembly style with the rest. Should hopefully save me time on cleaning brushes. 
 
I put some work in on these tiles tonight. All have Step 1 (the light brown drybrush on the peddles and bricks in gutter) and some have Step 2 (the off white drybrush on street and large stonework). (Note Sir Forscale laying down and napping. He is tired.)
 

 

 

Do you think the sewer tiles would work well above ground as gutter around a city?

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Step 2 done for all tiles. (The completely done tiles are off to the side).

 

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Also, here is a shot with unpainted sidewalks, painted streets, painted sewers, and painted stone building. Is this what you were wanting to see? 

 

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