Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Medieval village ( expansion )

A bit more of the green belt has been taken up.
I´ve added a river and called it the "River Fome" because there are no fish ( Fome in Portuguese means Hungry ) and the Village will be called Styrow...because it started as a row of pig farmers houses...who had.....pigstys.
The full name as written down in the Boomsday book  (there was a lot of thunder at the time) is the Village of Styrow on the Fome. 
The Gaol house
Stables with well
Another house
Bridge over the troubled waters of the Fome
Mill.
Rear entrance  ( no sniggering at the back!!  ) to the gaol house

22 comments:

  1. Great work and good use of small children.

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  2. Wow! Great great great!
    I might have missed some stuff because I was away, which scale is it?!

    Really good job, Paul! It looks amazing!

    Cheers, Mojo

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  3. Great work Paul, I like the grass patch effects you have created.

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  4. Nice work Paul but I'm going to have to report you for inappropriate use of children!

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  5. Fantastic work, is the town council planning more expansion, perhaps a small castle for Earl Paul to entertain guests??

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  6. Great work Paul. I particularly like the mill. We are patiently awaiting the bawdy house.

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  7. Lovely village - ripe for raping and pillaging!

    I wonder though, wattle and daub buildings might actually be an EXTENSION to the green belt!!!

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  8. Great work Paul!

    Greetings
    Peter

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  9. Absolutely brilliant stuff. And keep using the kids up, I'm sure we can find more for you. I love the bridge and the stairs at the back of goal house.

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  10. Omg thats are stunning work keep it up :)


    Regards

    Hobbyworker

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  11. Would love to see the Risk Assessment for the imagery activity!

    Nice well :-)

    Do you actually have a life? How is it that you continue to make such great stuff in such quantity _ I am quite envious!

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  12. Really nice village and water mill brill!

    Christopher

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  13. Wow once again very impressive work, how do you do it all?

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  14. love the village,one day I might see it for real,I am proud of you

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  15. Very nice Paul!
    But please, be more polite to the poor children. . .
    Besides the Black Death, we wouldn't want to consider you as the ''Flying Death'' of the Middle ages!
    T.

    p.s: Thanks for the help with the Indians' skin painting. And for my Project, the beaches will be the next part of it. :-)

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  16. Awesome yet again Paul. Love your use of children. I always thought they would come in handy for something.

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  17. That's really great. So detailed and dirty, but charming. Great work.

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