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Posted by Kostis Ornerakis on 25 Mar 2017, 09:02

I vote for the wonderful "Pugnaces Britanniae". :-D
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Posted by Beano Boy on 25 Mar 2017, 09:46

Well here we are on page 15,
and Torsten,
I love all the animal poses with a bright passion for your dedicated work.
Well done my friend you have travelled far upon the roadway of your dreams. :thumbup:

Strike while the iron Is hot,comes to my mind.
Produce them all. They will sell. Perhaps at FIGZ? 2017

:coffee: May we always encourage others who place their legit work here. :-D BB
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Posted by dirk on 25 Mar 2017, 14:54

Again very beautiful animals of you !
I like the cattle very well. Very nice group.
I already had the master of the bull in my hands. Very beautifully modeled.
I can only recommend the set.

I have already admired a wolfhound and a mastiff. They also looked very well.
Recommended !
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Posted by Peter on 25 Mar 2017, 22:59

Wonderfull sculpted animals! Love the cows! ;-) :thumbup:
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Posted by Mr. Cryns on 27 Mar 2017, 11:19

Stenfalk I can't tell you which animals should be produced first because I like all of them.
Congratulations with your new dogs and additional cows.

But I would like to give you a suggestion:
Why don't you send your first set of cows to Daniela from Geschichte in Miniaturen as a gift&contribution to her Highland Castle of Leoch project:

http://www.geschichte-in-miniaturen.de/ ... lands.html

Your cows will fit into her diorama very well I think. And te quality of their work and the attention their work will get in the future will be an excellent way to present your sculpts to a bigger audience.
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Posted by Beano Boy on 27 Mar 2017, 13:28

Do not do that suggested by Mr. Cryns, you will lose all Copyright on your work my friend.
Lets look at it from another sponsored angle,How much will it cost to produce all your figures?
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Posted by Graeme on 27 Mar 2017, 18:16

Torsten.

I suppose you would like sales of one project to fund the next so you have to go with what you think will sell best.

I can tell you that I would definitely buy a fold of Highland cattle. I would also buy English Foxhounds and foxes.

I like the idea of Wolfhounds for Celtic war hounds but you might have talked me into the "Pugnaces Britanniae as well. Your boars are also of some interest.
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Posted by Kostis Ornerakis on 27 Mar 2017, 19:30

Although Mr. Cryns is a good friend of mine, I think Beano Boy's suggestion seems to be a very good option. :-D
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Posted by Beano Boy on 28 Mar 2017, 00:47

Torsten,I would gladly buy 5 packs of Highland Cattle,The Wild Boar set,and the set of Dogs.
I would also love a model of Gunnar`s Beautiful Boxer Pal!
:sst: It takes him for long walks to get his 10.000 steps in every day.
This all depends on your trading partners though.
They will know what I mean.BB
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Posted by Beano Boy on 28 Mar 2017, 00:57

I was thinking if Hat Industries that was,
can do it a promise to buy is a good option to take,by interested parties here.
Or is this suggestion against the Forum Rules?
In that case private e-mails could help get the ball rolling. BB
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Posted by Michel on 28 Mar 2017, 05:33

I vote for the english Wardogs! Would it be possible tho take a photo of them with a human 1/72 figure , Torsten?
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Posted by The Talking Horse on 28 Mar 2017, 08:38

Personally I would buy one of each set at least. The when would unfortunately be dependant on price.
I wish you all the best launching these on the world.
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Posted by Mr. Cryns on 28 Mar 2017, 11:47

Beano Boy wrote:you will lose all Copyright on your work


Paranoia?
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Posted by Kostis Ornerakis on 28 Mar 2017, 12:26

I'm afraid I did not understand well BB's suggestion. :oops:
I will be one of your good customers. :-D
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Posted by Beano Boy on 28 Mar 2017, 12:29

Mr Cryn`s, I am not paranoic I cast no suspitions against you,but you are one rude individual to forcefully imply it,by using that word. I am a student of the English Language, and I master it well.
My advise on Copyright issues to Torsten ,are not Paranoia they are a matter of helping this fellow member who I have deep respect for. It is a fact that when you arrived upon this Forum we lost a good Member,because of your outrages arrogance and overbearing policing activity here. Any kindred spirit I shared freely with you has completely gone. Paul.
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Posted by stenfalk on 28 Mar 2017, 14:50

Esteemed readers and supporters in this thread. There is no reason for dispute and conflict. This is not what i want and this is nothing that should stand between each of us :stressed:. I value every opinion expressed to me with an open heart and a good will. Everyone has their experiences and it can not hurt to participate in it. Sometimes it's good to take a risk and sometimes it's good to be a little more cautious. So i can choose for myself which of your advice i will follow.

Maybe my next words can create a little more understanding in some contexts. Unfortunately i can be active again in this place only today. The past three days were an unusual experience :shock:. There was a mistake in the Vodafone network so i was decoupled from internet and telephone. On the one hand it has shown how dependent the modern man is on technology. On the other hand it was also calm in some sense and i began to get used to it. Nearly...

However, this morning the error could be repaired. After the obligatory email check followed the view into the forum.

And my heart was warmed.

I don't know what to say, to be appropriately humble in front of all those who has given me courage and appreciation. And your all trouble to find a working variant for and with me. This is so kind of you all, thank you Paul (BB), thank you Kostis, thanks Graeme, thank you Peter, thank you Dirk and thanks Talking Horse.

Paul, i'm sure Mr. Cryns means the first set of produced cows, not the original master figurines. And i'm sure, he only wanted to tell me to make good advertising outside this forum...

Mr. Cryns, i am also very happy about your contribution, your idea is good, without a doubt. But: This time i was faster ;-)! Yippie-Ya-Yeah!!! You could not know it, but when i began to plan my activity in the field of historical cattle i originally wanted to start with the Auerochs or with an historic italian cattle like the Marchegiana or the Chianina. But a friend told me about the idea of Daniela Ullrich and i changed my plan and preferred the Highlanders. Therefore, both projects already today are not loose threads, they are linked together. And i'm sure Beano Boy just wanted to keep me from unconcerned acting...

And Michel, i will trying to shoot some photos today. But Dirk already has a pattern, maybe you can look at it. This dog is the largest of the three specimens, its height at the shoulder would be about 85 cm in the original. But no matter, i will do my best to show you the others too.

Finally, i would like to inform you about the fact some progress has been made. All preparations to initiate the production of the cattle as well as the two sets of dogs (mastiff and wolfhound) have been finished. So there should be something for everyone of you in just a few weeks.

I hope now you are all better informed.

Thanks again
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Posted by Mr. Cryns on 28 Mar 2017, 17:49

Stenfalk its great to see we shared the same thoughts but your brain was much faster than mine indeed.

Beano Boy: ??????
No reason to be angry and upset 8)
And no reason to be sad about our lost member because he is still with us. :yeah:
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Posted by Beano Boy on 28 Mar 2017, 18:25

He is not.
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Posted by dirk on 29 Mar 2017, 10:00

You can see both dogs with a human on my blog.

http://diriminiaturen.blogspot.de/2017/ ... nfalk.html
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Posted by MABO on 29 Mar 2017, 11:15

dirk wrote:You can see both dogs with a human on my blog.

http://diriminiaturen.blogspot.de/2017/ ... nfalk.html


Thanks, very good dogs.
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