Why I built this I have no idea really, except that I could, with pieces all in the terrain bits boxes in the shed, some off cuts of foam-core saved from old projects and garden bark as rocks. Break-out the PVA and Superglue and get busy getting messy.
So, the towers are plastic Zvezda ones, long languishing in the bits box. The resin chapel-house is an old one, I what to say from Hovels, but I'm not sure anymore (I cannot remember when or where I got it), and I don't really use it these days, because the roof is cast-on solid, so putting men inside is awkward. It has now found a new home.
The plan (if you can call it that) was to make something very generic. I can use from WW2 back to medieval and for fantasy games too (maybe Lord of the Rings, I can see Gondorians holding it against Orcs). It could also do a useful turn on a Napoleonic battlefield, if I get to playing Naps again. Don't think it'll suit ACW games though.
Anyway, it took a few days of steady work, started Monday evening, did a couple of hours a day, left overnight for PVA to dry, and was done, painted with grass and bushes added on Friday afternoon. I'm calling it a fortified manor house, or the mini-castle... maybe a monastery or such-like (whatever). 28mm really, but will do in 20mm games too, at a push.
It kept me busy for bit, time to start a new project.
Stay safe all. Use this time well...