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Posted by Susofrick on 14 Sep 2017, 07:56

Love the mannequins!
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Posted by C M Dodson on 14 Sep 2017, 08:16

Hello Mr Fred. I have just spotted your explanation of the roundels. My eyesight must be going as I thought the box art was dark blue!

I thought that the Belgian airforce was neutralised in 1914 but a little light research proves that it was a small but effective part of the Allied team throughout the war.

Mr Wiking is an excellent modeller with lots of ideas, some perhaps veering towards ' bonkerishness' in a very constructive way.

Best wishes,

Chris
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Posted by FredG on 14 Sep 2017, 08:39

I think 'veering' is a little bit of understatement Chis. :-D
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Posted by Graeme on 14 Sep 2017, 13:32

Susofrick wrote:Love the mannequins!


So does that short sighted old officer by the look of things :xd: . That's just brilliant.
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Posted by Beano Boy on 14 Sep 2017, 14:00

I hate to think, "What`s in that bottle?" So i shall not.
Still lots of room left on the street, wide open buildings ,and up is always free space to use.

Perhaps a basket lowered down through a cloud from a Zeppelin with the Kaiser peering over the side?

The Milkman: Ernie,would make a great super fast saluting British secret agent, disguised as a mannequin. The contents of his bottles marked 007 would be shaken and not stirred.

A great thought provoking epic. :thumbup: Keep it coming Wiking.
i wonder what will come next? ;-) BB
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Posted by Wiking on 15 Sep 2017, 17:35

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C M Dodson
FredG
Beano Boy

You bring me more than a smile into my face with your statements.

Beano Boy wrote:
I hate to think, "What`s in that bottle?" So i shall not.
... a Zeppelin ...

No Zeppelin. To avoid Lakehurst in my hobby room.



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Posted by Wiking on 18 Sep 2017, 15:38

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Posted by huib on 18 Sep 2017, 17:23

OMG! :oops: :oops: :oops: Is this a scene from Huge Heffner's Playboy Mansion?
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Posted by Wiking on 18 Sep 2017, 17:27

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Posted by FredG on 18 Sep 2017, 19:28

Those are definitely NOT manikins. :oops: :P :P :P
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Posted by Graeme on 19 Sep 2017, 05:18

They might just be unsuspecting shadow puppets :oops: .
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Posted by Kostis Ornerakis on 19 Sep 2017, 06:45

I love the scene with the nurses. :yeah: :-D
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Posted by Beano Boy on 19 Sep 2017, 14:17

:sst: "come on guys the mains water is still on, and up and running."
:winky: " Everyone would be very keen to jump into that bath tub."

:mrgreen: "Burst pipes under the street would be wickedly funny."
:-D " Yah! And shooting water spouts high enough to catch a rainbow."

:cowboy: " Yip! And high enough to shoot down that mischievous Kaiser,
in that basket lowered from such an ominous cloud."

:coffee: "As long as there`s a few drops left a dripping to fill up the tea kettle!"

Keep those colourful little updates coming Wiking. :thumbup: BB
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 19 Sep 2017, 14:47

I like how the soldiers are looking towards the bathing nurses with great interest. Luckily the hung sheet is protecting the women's dignity!
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Posted by Wiking on 23 Sep 2017, 16:33

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Posted by Carlos on 24 Sep 2017, 15:12

well, now I know what part of that diorma I would like to be...
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Posted by huib on 24 Sep 2017, 16:58

Hm, this erotic scene of yours seems to be getting a bit out of hand. It is slowly becoming the focus point of your diorama. May be you should rename it 'The Turkish Bath', or so. ;-)

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“La Grande Piscine a Bursa”. Jean-Léon Gérôme 1885.
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Posted by Susofrick on 25 Sep 2017, 07:49

Hmmm, the shape of the window in the attic.... :eh: :eh: :eh:
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Posted by Graeme on 25 Sep 2017, 13:13

Would be very lucky in Ancient Rome.
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