I got around to the last two of my Hudson and Allan buildings, using the same method as the Inn.
A small village house and a slightly more substantial building.
I went for the soft amber colour I used on the Inn, I like this, its a rich colour and think it brings the buildings to life.
This first small house is one of my favourites of the whole set, I really like all the details in the woodwork and windows. Lots of character.
Again I used natural sunlight on a bright sunny day to picture them, we don't get it that often in the grim north so taking full advantage.
I have to be honest that this slightly bigger building I don't like quite as much, I think it has a little less character than the first one.
I have painted the roof a brown to represent wooden roof tiles rather than slate.
The moulding around the door frame is a Little poor, perhaps this is just an old mould now, it doesn't spoil the model but is noticeable. I suppose if I had worked a bit harder on it I could have repaired it but I don't think it looks too bad.
My favourite part of the second building is the chimney as I think the stone work came out quite well.
That's all the Hudson and Allan buildings I have so far but I am keen to get some of the highland stone crofts, these will be ideal for the Border Reivers, the Elizabethan Irish and my forthcoming new project for 2020.