The case with this Watchtower was I buckled down and just got it done. There are a few things I am not super happy about, but in general I am pleased. My borderline O.C.D. can be a bitch sometimes though and I simply have to tell my self, "It's done, it looks good, now leave it alone and do something else."
I am not giving the names to any of the colors I use. It really does not matter all that much. For my terrain I typically do not use my normal paints. I have a pile of Anita's craft paints that I use. I just can't bring my self to empty a entire pot of GW or Valleyo paint on some terrain. This is also another area where you just have to get a feel for what you like and use it.
After the base coats where applied, I took some GW wash and washed the metal areas. In addition I took a lighter brown and dry brushed the base to give it some depth. I also dry brushed the gray as well to give it a little extra definition. You might notice a few marks (there is one large one next to the door) were the wash either ran or accidentally was slopped onto places it did not go. I may go back and clean them up later, but at this point it is not really that important.
After the wash and dry brushed areas were dry, I spread out some glue and applied flock to the base. Be sure when you do this step to let the flock sit on the base for 30-40 seconds so the glue has time to soak in. This will help with better coverage.
My next project will most likely be a painting one. This one tower as well as the other things I was doing to pass the time have about killed the terrain bug I had. I will definitely do some more later, and I promise I will give you guys some pics and info when I do. Here are some finished pics for you to take a look at. I hope you like it