Completed Two More Sally 4th Photorealistic Buildings

Buck

This week and weekend was my first full week at home since February.  A little at a time, I worked on two more Photorealistic Sally 4th English buildings.  One was the corner shops, and the other was the terraced houses.  As with all the Sally 4th kits, they went together very easily, and the instructions were clear.  In these photos, I am showing the three buildings I have from Sally 4th; I completed the pub some months ago.

The side of the corner shops being defended by a Bad Squiddo woman with a kitchen knife tied to a pole.

The corner shops with more Bad Squiddo defenders.

As with all the Sally 4th buildings, the roofs and first floor (second floor for Americans) come off.  I attached the doors with masking tape to act as a hinge.

Part of the Frog and Firkin pub with some Founder / Copplestone townspeople

The Frog and Firkin and the corner of the Sally 4th terraced houses defended by two members of the Women’s Land Army.

The cobblestone roads are from Sally 4th as well.

The terraced houses with some Foundry Home Guard on bicycles

The back gardens (yards) of the three houses. The roofs come off all the sheds.

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3 thoughts on “Completed Two More Sally 4th Photorealistic Buildings

  1. Really cool buildings Buck!

  2. Faust says:

    Those look great! Do I dare ask what a Firkin is?

  3. bucksurdu says:

    fir·kin
    NOUN
    a small cask formerly used for liquids, butter, or fish.
    a unit of liquid volume equal to half a kilderkin (about 11 gallons or 41 liters).

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