I hate making mdf buildings. I hate painting buildings. I loathe making almost any kind of terrain. I can do it, usually to an ok standard, often badly, occasionally very well. I will leave you to be the judge.
Anyway, I had been planning to run a large Italian Wars game at the now cancelled 2020 Battleground show in Stockton. Pre pandemic I’d started buying suitable buildings to make a city which I though would make a nice end piece for the table. I soon ended up with more houses and stuff than I could shake the proverbial bricklayer’s hod at, but never mind. Most of the buildings are off a firm called Tabletop Combat (TTC) who do a great ‘Streets of Venice’ range of buildings in 28mm in mdf. Not only is there an extremely wide range of buildings to chose from, but they are relatively easy to put together even for ten-thumbed humans like me, and are much cheaper than other suppliers. I do have a couple of Sarissa, Warbases and Charlie Foxtrot houses as well, together with some plinths and fountains and such like to populate the streets. The Wall and the tall tower are Renendra and the lone shorter tower is an old Ian Weekly model. I replaced all the card roofs with plastic terracotta tile sheets which look quite effective, from a distance at least.