Doune Castle was built at the end of the 14th Century in central Scotland, at the edge of the highlands and sits on a small hill between two rivers.
The castle consists of a courtyard with a large gatehouse and hall on the north side. A tower containing the kitchens flanks the hall on the west side. Other buildings probably once existed along the other sides, since there are windows in the south wall and traces of foundations along the east and south walls.
My reconstruction of the Doune Castle is 30 x 30 inches (96 x 96 studs) and is 24 inches high. Buildings in the courtyard are based on conjecture.
For more photos of my reconstruction of the Doune Castle
For photos of the real Doune Castle and other source