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Quatre Bras 16th June 1815

Posted by Lacc on 31 Mar 2018, 20:42

Dear Chris, I admire his ability to make buildings and landscapes at 1/72 scale. For me it is much more difficult than painting figures, since it is necessary to have a lot of imagination. Much encouragement with this gigantic diorama.
Regards,
Alfredo.
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Posted by C M Dodson on 02 May 2018, 07:38

Hi Paul. The Post image links here are all down.

Is it possible please to re instate them or do I need to re post?

Best wishes,

Chris
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01 May 2015, 18:48

Posted by C M Dodson on 23 May 2018, 17:10

Just a quick thank you to Paul for very kindly reinstating the links that were broken with the Postimage saga.

Hopefully they will be resuming normal service soon as I have found their site to be a lot more user friendly than the PB crowd.

Thank you again.

Chris
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Posted by C M Dodson on 15 Oct 2018, 18:51

I am currently constructing a 'set' in order to illustrate the French occupation of the Ferme de Gemincourt.

My idea is to have the French infantry kicking in the windows in order to access the main building.

After some research by Der Felmarschall and using the premise that this was a bit more of an 'upmarket' property than your average Belgian farm I decided on a light blue wallpaper with white architrave.

So ' in season' darling!

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The window poles are copper wire with greenstuff finales.

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More to do including curtains, floor, glazed windows, tidying up and conversions to fit the scene.

Happy modelling.

Chris
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Posted by huib on 16 Oct 2018, 15:08

Very nice interior decorating!
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