This could have been for the Nostalgia round as it's a VERY old Baccus produce from the days where Baccus supplied resin buildings. Peter sold this part of his business many years ago but the new owner never brought them back out as intended. So they are extremely difficult to get your hands on them. Of course this makes them rather pricey when they come to light but not in this case as a mate owned them and felt he would not use them as he dislikes the way the figures on bases stick over the walls.
So he was kind enough to give the set to me and it's been sitting in it's box for about a year. Whilst 6mm is normally not allowed in the bonus rounds Curt was kind enough to allow this to be included due to it's size. It comprises of six main defensive points with six walls making up the distinctive star shape and six outer points to break up attacks and protect the walls. The figures and buildings are old projects so don't count. An extra point and wall section are supplied showing breaches.
It has two wall sections with doorways and these have some nice detail that adds a bit of interest to the otherwise fairly drab walls.
I have used various greys built up from dark to light to try and get the look of worn stone. I also inked the walls at about the halfway point and once dry went with more drybrushing.
The interior area's I used flat brown and then a couple of highlights and then added static grass for the banks and other area's where less likely to be walked on. I am reasonably pleased with how it has come out and hope it gets a few games out of it. The last shot shows a pen so as to help the none 6mm painters get an idea of the size. The fact it's modules means we can use it in different ways.