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Medieval town and port

Posted by Mr. Cryns on 26 Sep 2016, 09:32

I have to say the landscape is fascinating. That typical Northern European wasteland, like heather land with bush and small trees. trees that have been cut down if I see it right. But for what reason I don't know yet... I will waite until added figures give us a clue.

I love it a lot. Well done.
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Posted by Wolfgang Meyer on 26 Sep 2016, 19:35

@sberry and Mr. Cryns

Thank you!!

Here the next pictures from the workbench:


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Posted by Ben90 on 26 Sep 2016, 19:42

Wow!!! Looks so cool and realistic!
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Posted by Peter on 26 Sep 2016, 19:49

This diorama is slowly coming to live! Looks wonderfull so far Wolfgang! :thumbup:
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Posted by Wolfgang Meyer on 28 Sep 2016, 21:29

The gate!

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Posted by Paul on 28 Sep 2016, 21:32

Aha..I like the idea to use the builder with the broken pickaxe to punt the boat :yeah:
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Posted by Beano Boy on 28 Sep 2016, 22:06

Fantastic! BB
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Posted by Peter on 29 Sep 2016, 20:52

Am I right that these are some try-outs before you put them for good on the diorama, Wolfgang?

Looks excellent BTW! :thumbup:
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Posted by Paul on 29 Sep 2016, 21:07

If they are just a test..which means they aren´t glued in place...I´m wondering how they are Standing up without bases :eh:
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Posted by Peter on 29 Sep 2016, 21:10

There are some differences between Sep 26 and Sep 28, that's why I ask. ;-)
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Posted by Wolfgang Meyer on 29 Sep 2016, 21:39

The next pictures!

All original diorama! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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Posted by Peter on 29 Sep 2016, 21:42

Are you teasing me Wolfgang? :xd:

Great progress on the diorama! And now Mr Cryns question is answered about the wood! :-D :thumbup:
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Posted by stenfalk on 29 Sep 2016, 21:51

This I call made lovingly. I don't want to stop looking at it... :love: :love: :love:
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Posted by Wolfgang Meyer on 29 Sep 2016, 23:34

Little market:

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Posted by Beano Boy on 30 Sep 2016, 01:34

A little town market true,but it does look a great one with every piece hand painted beautifully!
Congratulations on every astonishing phase of the work. :thumbup:

The main reasons for becoming a member quite a few years ago now,was to be able to comment in English upon topics great like this one, but also small individual ones that skip upon the page in absolute delightful fun.

As for this medieval topic of visual splendor, with its many characters colourfully portrayed within their own station in life, they can invoke fantastic tales ,along with many an outstanding true one.

Well at least in my overactive vivid imagination anyway. :-D BB
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Posted by Wolfgang Meyer on 02 Oct 2016, 20:51

Thank you!

Here the next pictures!

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Posted by Alex on 02 Oct 2016, 23:10

:yeah: Great! It's like a movie ... :yeah: :yeah:
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Posted by sansovino on 03 Oct 2016, 08:42

It´s perfect, it´s impressive and very realistic - I am missing only still some more dirt on the ground or in the corners.
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Posted by Mr. Cryns on 05 Oct 2016, 10:54

Wolfgang one picture looks even better than an other one.
The colors of dresses are very realistic.
Some attention to the ground-work:
How big is the difference with the Rosenberg Fortress diorama having light, almost white earth colors. In this town it is dark and grey and looking wet and muddy. Which fits with the geographical circumstances I think. Rosenberg is much more south and different geologic circumstances. Well done. Also the straw on top of the mud works excellent. :yeah:
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Posted by Susofrick on 05 Oct 2016, 11:05

Great scenes! But what with the sinister looking figure behind the market stand???

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