|The bridge arch is created be gluing some very thin balsa wood to the underside of some cardboard and then gluing it across a balsa strut placed in the centre.|
|The arch glued in place. In addition two little cardboard cutout arches were stuck to the bridge walls. This will act as guides later on.|
|A coat of light grey was applied.|
|A dark grey wash was added and once dry a mid brown wash was applied over the top.|
Once the stones were all dabbed on with an old paint brush. The extra step I did with the bridges was to use a half watered down blue/black and small brush and go around some of the stone dabs to give the impression of mortar and a more solid look that the stone walls.
|The bridge deck is dry brushed with sand and brown before dabs of paint are added to represent stones.|
|The watered down blue/black is used to in-between the dabs to create a more solid looking appearance|
|The finished bridge on the tabletop.|