15mm Flames of War Battlefield in a Box – Small Desert Houses, Large Desert House, Ruined Desert Houses, Ruined Large Desert House – Weathered & Repainted (BB216, BB222, BB230, BB231)

15mm Flames of War Battlefield in a Box - Small Desert Houses, Large Desert House, Ruined Desert Houses, Ruined Large Desert House - Weathered & Repainted (BB216, BB222, BB230, BB231)

Another post of weathered and repainted desert buildings today. As you can see from the title, I’ve stacked models from four different sets into the one post to save “space” and time – and to get through this stuff a little faster while leaving the reviews to their own posts. If this stuff isn’t your bag – completely understandable – just skip over and wait for the “normal” model stuff that’ll be coming along soon enough.

15mm Flames of War Battlefield in a Box - Small Desert Houses, Ruined Desert Houses, - Weathered & Repainted (BB222, BB230)

First up, we’ve got the final small building of the Ruined Desert Houses set alongside the smaller of the buildings from the Small Desert Houses. A bit of lower-building dirt, some blackening around the damage and some rain streaking.

15mm Flames of War Battlefield in a Box - Small Desert Houses, Ruined Desert Houses, - Weathered & Repainted (BB222, BB230)

15mm Flames of War Battlefield in a Box - Small Desert Houses, Ruined Desert Houses, - Weathered & Repainted (BB222, BB230)

The insides upgraded from the usual plain black interiors that they ship with. Even though you won’t see these as much as the exteriors, doing this is also kind of the largest “upgrade” on a lot of these buildings…

15mm Flames of War Battlefield in a Box - Small Desert Houses - Weathered & Repainted (BB222)

15mm Flames of War Battlefield in a Box - Small Desert Houses - Weathered & Repainted (BB222)

15mm Flames of War Battlefield in a Box - Small Desert Houses - Weathered & Repainted (BB222)

Next up we have the medium building, a twin building essentially. Again, upgrading the interior is where most of the work was here.

15mm Flames of War Battlefield in a Box - Large Desert House - Weathered & Repainted (BB216)

15mm Flames of War Battlefield in a Box - Large Desert House - Weathered & Repainted (BB216)

15mm Flames of War Battlefield in a Box - Large Desert House - Weathered & Repainted (BB216)

Now we have the Large Desert House. I do want to pick up another one of these in the near future as one of the final parts of my little desert town. Same deal here, a little dirt around the base, dirt tracked on and up the stairs and then the interiors painted.

15mm Flames of War Battlefield in a Box - Ruined Large Desert House - Weathered & Repainted (BB231)

15mm Flames of War Battlefield in a Box - Ruined Large Desert House - Weathered & Repainted (BB231)

15mm Flames of War Battlefield in a Box - Ruined Large Desert House - Weathered & Repainted (BB231)

15mm Flames of War Battlefield in a Box - Ruined Large Desert House - Weathered & Repainted (BB231)

Another Ruined Large Desert House – yes, I bought a second one of these. I painted the blast damage a little differently just so the buildings won’t look like complete clones of one another (which they actually are, when you think about it!) and will just orient them differently on the table and not too closely alongside one another. With all of this done a couple of days ago, I’m well and truly on my way to having all of my currently-owned desert buildings weathered and repainted before the end of 2021…

12 thoughts on “15mm Flames of War Battlefield in a Box – Small Desert Houses, Large Desert House, Ruined Desert Houses, Ruined Large Desert House – Weathered & Repainted (BB216, BB222, BB230, BB231)

  1. A new confirmation of your attention to the details of the terrain and scenic elements. It seems to us that your interventions on desert buildings enhance them and give them much more character. Good tips to copy also on the fantasy side!

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    • Thank you! I have to day that at least it’s not especially hard or time consuming to get done – just tedious!
      I do think that some little touches like this have a positive aesthetic effect no matter the scale or genre so certainly something that works just as well for fantasy! 😄

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