After browsing through the pictures of some historical buildings he took on his blog, I asked for a church building based on St Teilo's Church, pictures of which I have posted below:
We decided on a single-hall structure, and Matt went off to work...
Two months later, I picked up the church from the local post office, and what I saw was simply stunning. I'll let the photos do most of the talking. I've posed it inside a walled enclosure I bought off ebay and the trees I recently bought.
|A wounded knight seeks sanctuary at a church|
|The gate swings open, and he is greeted by the friar and a lay follower of the church|
|The porch is removable. Note also the Celtic Cross made by Matt|
|The door swings open...|
|Matt has recreated the interior of the church too!|
|"Lie down upon this table and rest, my good sir."|
|The bell in the belfry actually swings!|
I don't think anyone could have made a better trade than this one. :)
Added: Matt's post on this building here.