Further to my post of 31st December 2014 the seven houses that survived my attention with a hammer are complete and ready for occupation by the citizens of Belgica (my Imagi-Nation).
It seems that the urban planners of Belgica have strict rules about the design of town houses, but the owners have free rein when it comes to colour.
Here is the original Christmas decoration as illustrated in Marks and Spencer’s online shop.
I used a selection of acrylic pastel colours from Coat d’Arms and several coats were needed to cover properly. I was not concerned about a rough, slightly streaky look after taking a look at my own house that needs repainting. (For that job I need to find someone who can paint objects more than 100mm tall.) I finished with a couple of coats of Army Painter matt varnish spray, and here we see some of the fine Belgican regiments on parade in the town of Kortrijk.