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Posted by Crynsminiaturen on 23 Dec 2023, 11:16

New by Crynsminiaturen in 2024 will be the Gallo-Roman river boat range. All items are cast in resin and already available but I still work on the presentation images and the building&rigging manual for the ships.

The new items for 2024 will be:

-Roman Rhine barge type Zwammerdam6 from the 2nd century AD with tow mast or with full sail
-Two Germanic-Roman dugout canoes type Zwammerdam1 from the 2nd century AD
-Roman wine barrels cargo
-Roman basket amfora cargo 2 different sets
-Roman grain bags cargo 6 different sets
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Posted by Crynsminiaturen on 05 Mar 2024, 13:36

Gallo-Roman Rhine barge 'Zwammerdam 6' scale 1:72 model kit cast in steel rod reinforced resin.

Available in two versions:
With mast and sail.
With towing mast.

More info at https://crynsminiaturen.nl/zwammerdam-6-gallo-roman-rhine-barge-2nd-century-ad/

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Posted by Crynsminiaturen on 05 Mar 2024, 14:04

Gallo-Roman Rhine barge 'Zwammerdam 6' scale 1:72 model kit cast in steel rod reinforced resin.

Available in two versions:
With mast and sail.
With towing mast.

More info at https://crynsminiaturen.nl/zwammerdam-6-gallo-roman-rhine-barge-2nd-century-ad/

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Posted by C M Dodson on 05 Mar 2024, 18:05

Mr C, you are indeed a genius.

That detail is fantastic.

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Posted by MABO on 07 Mar 2024, 16:35

And you did a great paintjob as well!
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Posted by Ben90 on 08 Mar 2024, 18:04

Yes, looks fantastic!
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Posted by Santi Pérez on 17 Mar 2024, 20:50

Although naval modelling is not one of my favourites, it's always a pleasure for the eye to enjoy the superb ships and crews of the Ancient Ages born from the mastery of Mr. Cryns. :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy:

My respects, Sir! :-)

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Posted by Konrad on 18 Mar 2024, 14:38

A masterpiece!
My deepest respect.
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Posted by Crynsminiaturen on 19 Apr 2024, 10:38

Thank you so much for the nice feedback dear M C Dodson, Mabo, Santi Pérez, Ben90 and Conrad.

New in 2024 and already available are two scale 1:72 Germano-Roman dugout canoes based on the archaeological finding nr.5 at Zwammerdam, Nederland. Paddling and punting Germanic crew members are in the planning and will be available later this year.

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available in NL at https://crynsminiaturen.nl/germano-roman-dugout-canoes/
available in DE at http://www.fuhrmann-figuren-shop.de/epa ... s/CM-72112

New in 2024 but still in progress is the Gallo-Roman rowers and helmsmen set to crew the Zwammerdam 6 Rhine barge 2nd c. AD.

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Posted by sberry on 19 Apr 2024, 17:07

These boats look good, and the rowers look even better!

And it is a great advantage for the diorama builder that you devise your ship and boat models complete with crew. I always find it frustrating when ship models come without any accompanying figures; Zvezda for instance could have provided some generic crew figures for their ancient war galley series, but unfortunately didn’t bother. And the Roman sailors set by Orion, for many years the only available set for such purposes, does not really convince me…
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Posted by huib on 21 Apr 2024, 13:11

Fantastic ships and crew Mr Cryns. You are an artist!
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Posted by Crynsminiaturen on 23 Apr 2024, 11:42

Thank you so much dear sberry and Huib for the nice words.
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Posted by Crynsminiaturen on 23 Apr 2024, 12:08

Crynsminiaturen is preparing a new range of scale 1:72 Nelsons Royal Navy Sailors for the period 1795-1805 (from Genoa till Trafalgar) It is in coöperation with Wolfgang Meyer/Geschichte in Miniaturen with its new diorama project The Passenger which will be a combination of landscape, figures, boats and ships.

Here is a preview of Royal Navy rowers in different poses. Its a testcast in resin due to matching rowing boats with rower figures before the production process starts. The final sets of sailors will be available in white metal.

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In the future planning are:
Sailors pulling ropes
Sailors pushing the capstan
Sailors in the mast
Sailors cleaning the deck
Sailors repairing the ship
Sailors rowing boats
Sailors loading the ship
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Posted by Ochoin on 23 Apr 2024, 12:57

Quite amazing figures. Detail, poses - everything is just so real.

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Posted by sberry on 23 Apr 2024, 16:56

Ochoin wrote:Quite amazing figures. Detail, poses - everything is just so real.

Not the era I collect, but I agree: amazing figures!
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Posted by Crynsminiaturen on 11 Jun 2024, 10:46

New in 2024 Gallo-Roman Amphora's and Winebarrels by Crynsminiaturen:

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Available at http://www.crynsminiaturen.nl and at http://www.fuhrmann-figuren-shop.de/
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Posted by Crynsminiaturen on 11 Jun 2024, 10:49

Ochoin wrote:Quite amazing figures. Detail, poses - everything is just so real. donald


sberry wrote:Not the era I collect, but I agree: amazing figures!


Thank you so much dear Ochion and sberry for the nice words.
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Posted by Ochoin on 11 Jun 2024, 12:59

Crynsminiaturen wrote:


Thank you so much dear Ochion and sberry for the nice words.


As I'm sure you know, there's still a bit of disdain offered about 1/72 figures in the wider (& larger) figure society.

If anyone ever sneers about "our" scale, I direct them to your impeccable sculpting & the painting of several of Bennos' master-painters.

That shuts them up!

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Posted by mickey mouse on 13 Jun 2024, 21:25

Ochoin wrote:
As I'm sure you know, there's still a bit of disdain offered about 1/72 figures in the wider (& larger) figure society.

If anyone ever sneers about "our" scale, I direct them to your impeccable sculpting & the painting of several of Bennos' master-painters.

That shuts them up!

donald

My wee nephew found out with my stuff that he really likes to paint figures, and the next time he wants to paint even more! What else can you do more as an uncle, hehe. :xd:
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Posted by Peter on 16 Jun 2024, 21:24

Crynsminiaturen wrote:New in 2024 Gallo-Roman Amphora's and Winebarrels by Crynsminiaturen:

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Available at http://www.crynsminiaturen.nl and at http://www.fuhrmann-figuren-shop.de/

This is fake! Don't buy them! They are empty! :joker:

Nice painted amphora's and winebarrels! :yeah:
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