Here's the dumpster.
Next up is the 28mm GameCraft Miniatures Old West building. I'm using it for a modern day old west themed steakhouse. I really like this model. GameCraft Minis did a great job on this building. Beautiful job on the etching. The only thing I didn't like was that GCM doesn't include the floor with the building. You have to buy it separately. I ended up using a piece of Sintra for the floor. I was afraid that spray paint might warp the wood, or obscure the etching of the planks, however, I read where others had used spray paint without any ill effect, si I gave it a shot. I used a light coating of Krylon white spray primer. It did fine. There were a couple of places where I sprayed too heavily and lost the gap between the boards, but I was able to clean that out with a toothpick. There was no warping at all. I did not have the foresight to paint the green trim pieces first before applying them to the building, so that added a lot to my painting time. Still worked out okay, though.
That's it for now. Tomorrow I hope to start painting one of the Sarissa Precision CityBlock28mm buildings, and maybe my first Studio Miniatures Zombie. I think I'll do the chicken mascot. :)
Thanks for looking.