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I do like those buildings. They sort of work for 20mm, but things like the steps start to show the discrepancy in scale a little
I think stairs or a ladder made from plasticard or balsa wood to scale for 20mm figures would help the illusion along nicely.
Real nice building Thomas. I also wonder if the roof is right or it should be upgraded with bamboo-sticks or asian grass?Is the roof fixated or can you also place figures inside?In asia they also fit the buildings with shades and blinds, are you also going to update it with these details?
I plan to upgrade the roof, I just have not found a suitable material. Teddy bear fur is rare as hen's teeth in Sweden I have found.The roof indeed comes off, see http://getitpainted.blogspot.se/2015/06/first-sarissa-house-and-some-paras.htmlBlinds and shutters is a very good idea, I will look into that!
Teddybear is very nice but maybe.Blinds that is sold in rolls also can do the trick!?It is not same as teddybear but it looks nice too.I have some in my stock and send it to you as a christmas gift if you give me the outer dimensions of the roof(each square).
I think I know the kind of blinds you mean. Good idea! I'll measure the roof tonight.
I wonder if 15mm buildings would actually be a better fit. The average Papuan is around 175cm. Thanks for showing these figures.
Very likely it would at least look more correct on the table, if not necessarily when placing a figure right next to a hut. You could ask Rob if he has any 20mm figures that he can place among his 15mm huts.