Saturday, August 18, 2012

1/1200 Scale Port

 I'm taking a short break from 28mm War of 1812 to work on some terrain for my 1/1200 Napoleonic Naval collection.  A port would be a nice feature to add for some new types of scenarios - convoy protection, raids, invasions etc.

The first photo shows the port in a table edge configuration along with an imposing castle to protect it.  The buildings are all from Langton.

Here's a shot of the port configured as a very small island.  I'll also be able to do an island configurations with the fort by switching the right end piece to the "table edge" of the fort section.

I'm still playing around with the configuration of the houses but will likely start adding scenery in a day or so.

Any suggestions are greatly appreciated


Monty said...

Miles, I salute your industry sir!

Ian said...

From here it looks plenty good enough


SteelonSand said...

The Langton buildings are great sculpts, and this looks like a really good layout - can't wait to see more as it develops!

Peter Douglas said...


Great stuff. I want to see how it turns out. You could put your town buildings on town block bases so as to vary the layout.



DeanM said...

Nice looking set up, Miles. Those are some nice models. I may have to acquire some Langton ancient terrain someday. Best, Dean