These Russian buildings are plastic 1 /72 model kits made by Pegasus, who are sadly now out of production. This is a real pity as I rather like both these buildings and the 1/48 scale farm animals I purchased previously. I didn't bother with the modern looking windows but stuck a bit of balsa in as shutters, so that they can cover a longer period, medieval to modern day? Frankly I thought I could get away with them in dark age Britain! I will use them for bolt action skirmishing and also with my Napoleonics as built up areas.
I want to add a scratch built barn , church and some plastic fencing at some point but for the moment I wanted to get something done, rather than wait and do everything together, plus at one point I was going to need these for an 1812 battle at Christmas but I think that's all changed, still it means something is completed which is always good!
In addition to the Russian village here are three scratch built bridges which I rapidly knocked up when we were going to do the siege out of warlords To kill a king until we realised doing the siege of Worcester out of the pike and shot book made more sense, I have finished them off at my leisure and figure they'll be useful for the Danube ( hence the French cavalry!) campaign, plus you can't have too many bridges, right? Mostly balsa and card, rapidly thrown together with Uhu, they're a bit pissed but I feel it adds to their rustic charm!
Finally some resin crates, purchased at a pre pandemic Salute, back in the mists of time, they'll serve as objectives/ barricades over a large period even if they should be 20th century I guess.
Up next, I've got three Napoleonic units all almost finished, hopefully I'll get one of them over the line soon!
All the best