Turnip28 and The Kings own 23rd Boggy Marsh Rutabagas – Part 8 

In a sort of homage to hobbyist extraordinaire – https://theimperfectmodeller.co.uk/2022/01/03/dio-bolical-monday-no-27-death-taxes-the-earls-visit-part-5/

I’m building my own little diorama so I guess you could call this a

“Not quite dio-bolical Monday” post haha.

When I first started the Turnip28 project I immediately had the idea of building a decrepit old windmill for it. However, as is my way, I was distracted by building a whole bunch of other things first haha. 

After much thought and a few YouTube videos for inspiration I got to work this evening. 

This is a part 1 of this windmill build. 

I started with cutting up a 1.25 litre coke bottle to get a rough shape and glued that onto my base. (Cork tile) 

Next I added a very old and dilapidated annex and also a frame for the front door to the windmill. 

Then I made a start on the stone bricks that I am painstakingly cutting into shape from a foam board.  

I’ve glued down some actual rocks and will be adding more. 

That’s all I’ve achieved tonight but it’s not a bad start. 

Cheers

IRO 

17 thoughts on “Turnip28 and The Kings own 23rd Boggy Marsh Rutabagas – Part 8 ”

  1. Love the idea of a windmill IRO, an ideal huilding for your Turnip project. Looking good so far but my mind is already thinking about other ways you could do it and add to it! Love the annex. If this comes out like the tree house it will be superb.

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      1. Plenty of awesome opportunity here with this. Really think you are pushing yourself to expand the worlds you are building. Suggest looking up some Don Quixote images regarding the windmill.

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