I would like to thank all of you again, for your visits and comments! You are the ones that make this blog exist! :-)
As for the ongoing - and never ending Project, I've finally managed to finish a new house, and this time I used a different method of construction. Apart from the foamcore sheets (0.5 cm) that I used for the inner walls of this house (in order to give stability), I used Slaters' Plasticard (#0419 - Stone courses Grey)embossed styrene sheets to give the essence of stone walls, a picture so common in Normandy.
These sheets are very easy to work with, since their thickness is 0.5 mm, which makes them easy to cut according to your wishes!! :-)
You can find them in most stores, who sell modelling materials or from internet. I bought them from England from a shop full of goodies! It is called Gaugemaster ( www.gaugemaster.com ). Great service, reasonable prices (I sound like a seller)! :-)
On a second thought, I should have used Wills Quoins for the corners of the house, to make it look more realistic, and perhaps weathering it a bit more. Food for thought for my next house. Evolution comes with small steps each time! :-)
I also put some photos of the last two houses I made, in order to see how nice they blend together!I know I sound cocky, but I like them! :-)
Hope you like them too!