I was going to post a Roman building how to but Blogger is playing up and I can´t upload the last two pics..so it´s a Roman bath house for now.
Without going over the top with Detail and accuracy, a representation of part of the Roman Baths in Weißenburg, Germany. I left off the buildings at the back,(Parts of the Atrium) replacing them with a building for servicing the heating System. Also, I built only one Laconicum (the curved section to the right)
HERE is a link to an interactive site about the Baths at Weißenburg, showing what the southwest of the baths looked like with the complete Atrium, excercise yard and additional Laconicum
Apodyterium, Frigidarium and the Tepidarium is 55cm´s and storage would be a Problem, so it´s built in two sections. The curved Roof for the Laconicum is made from a 1/4 section of a plastic ball.
Apodyterium, Frigidarium, Tepidarium and Laconicum.
I´ve added extra Service rooms to the southwest wall to break up what would otherwise be a boring expanse of White wall.
The whole town so far, I´ll have to make some paving for the streets and get hold of a decent Background. Arena still under re-construction. Planned is still the Lupinaruim a insula or two and A section of town wall with a gate house etc might be a good idea ....or ? :-D
Great project; most impressive planning, execution, and functionality.ReplyDelete
Fantastic Paul! I love the barrel-vaulted roofs.ReplyDelete
great work, why don't you give it a name ? Colonia...........ReplyDelete
Thanks Giuseppe :-DDelete
It has a Name, Scalpere artificare :-D
Beautiful work, very atmospheric...ReplyDelete
[speechless]... I... [still speechless] ...madness. but in the good sense of the word. :)ReplyDelete
Absolutely amazing! I'm definitely looking forward to the How2.ReplyDelete
This is awesome work - I look forward to seeing the town grow!ReplyDelete
Lovely, I'll get my loofah!ReplyDelete
Awesome! And the whole urbeis is amazing. I like a lotReplyDelete
My word, the whole thing is FANTASTIC. I think you could turn your hobby into a business.ReplyDelete
I´ve thought about trying to do something Hobby related as a Job..but could any Money (enough to live from) be made from it?. Then there´s the evil self employed regs..huge tax bills etc and the bookkeeping.
Just tremendous and to see the town laid out like that - marvellous!ReplyDelete
Holy crapola! You can scratch build like nobodies business Paul. This piece is excellent and with the other buildings Scalpere artificare is coming to life.ReplyDelete
Wonderful work Paul!ReplyDelete
Wonderfull piece again for your ever growing Roman town! Go on! I think it's time for the circus! ;-)ReplyDelete
PS: you eat to much cookies! :-D
amazing ! it's a good and impressive town, I supposed that you have a lot of figures to give it life.ReplyDelete
Fantastic baths and an amazing town!ReplyDelete
Nailed on quality!ReplyDelete
Unbelievable! A superbe well done workReplyDelete
great work,my friend.ReplyDelete