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A little of my Hobbystyle Work

Posted by MABO on 17 Aug 2019, 10:43

This is a impressive presentation. If I have to run the walls of this castle I would not be pleased.
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Posted by SamSagace on 17 Aug 2019, 22:06

Dear BB, I'm more impressed with your work that I let comments on your posts !
But be sure that I discover old posts that I've never seen before because I was on a far far planet !
To be here, after so many years in another universe, is a pleasure ! :P
... BB is always BB and everybody is exactly at his own place... it's a pleasure ... many thanks to you and the other ones ! :-D :yeah:
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Posted by Beano Boy on 21 Aug 2019, 00:40

Thank you very much Pascal,
i`m glad you are liking being back on Benno`s Figure Forum again. As you realized there are still some great guys here who pop in daily around the clock, and our friendly moderators are top men. The very best as you already know. C U Soon. BB
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 21 Aug 2019, 04:58

If anything, I am looking at this forum too much. But I am so glad to see Pascal back. And BB always shows us so many interesting things. There is almost never a dull moment.
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Posted by SamSagace on 21 Aug 2019, 07:35

:oops: ... yes it's a pleasure to be there but I need to find my old painting skill in the Hobby's stuff ! :eh:
Thank you my friends ! :-D
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Posted by Beano Boy on 15 Sep 2019, 00:35

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HONEY WELL
Set in the 1950`s early 1960`s
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Posted by C M Dodson on 15 Sep 2019, 07:17

Very nice as always Mr B.

Your imagination shows no bounds when it comes to modelling.

I hope that you do not mind me pinching your ideas on occasion?

Best wishes,

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Posted by Beano Boy on 16 Sep 2019, 17:49

My little tree`s have lasted very well over the years, and many buildings scratch-buildt too. Well lets say they hold the dust upon them very well, and do need a brush off every 5 or so years. :-D

In reply C M , you are most welcome to expand upon any of my ideas, in your own individual way.

i often look upon it as being a bit like teaching my students how to write English many years ago on The Adult Education Programm here in the city of Norwich.
What they cared to write afterwards fell into their very own individual artistic realms.

:coffee: i simply call it putting ones mind and hands into activity. BB
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Posted by Beano Boy on 22 Sep 2019, 03:45

:coffee: With tinypic`s gone, i now replace some of that which was lost from my other topic here. BB

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................................................ :eh: PART ONE

Transparent stone laid by brush was never noticed so it lay unseen.

ONCE UPON A TIME
My first scratch- building here on this Forum began to take shape.

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Being restored here is the classic, King Henry`s Eight Sided tower :-D

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Here the walls were being stuck together in two`s.
Then eventually each angled two were stuck up into place to create the eight directional walls that were needed.


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Mr Glad Grind supervisors his work party.

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From humble beginnings eventually the battlements were formed in rough cut paper card.

Work also began on the complex of outbuildings too.

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HO OO Railway Scale.

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Every drawn flint stone had to be raised using p v a glue, and it would be seen or not seen, as my trademark?

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Looking back in hindsight the work and the change that fell into place upon it, seems rather very quick, but of course it was not. ;-)

:sst: so as bb, pondered upon it all at that particular time,,,,,

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,,,, another building also took shape for such towers of medieval strength never hardly sit alone.

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............................................................ :eh: END OF PART ONE
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