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My 1/72 paper model with figures

Posted by rayloryan on 31 Mar 2018, 17:16

I am very interested in architecture paper model. Why not combine my paper buildings with my 1/72 figures?

No.1 Wine press
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Posted by Graeme on 31 Mar 2018, 18:48

That building looks fabulous with the figures. what a great scene!

And it's good to know someone is producing wine for all of our plastic figures. :occasion:
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Posted by C M Dodson on 31 Mar 2018, 18:57

This looks fantastic. Nothing wrong with card and paper.

This proves it.

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Posted by Lacc on 31 Mar 2018, 21:06

It is a nice combination, I think it's a good idea for making beautiful photos!
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Posted by Kekso on 01 Apr 2018, 09:06

Interesting combination. I like it. And I agree with Lacc.
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Posted by Xantippos on 01 Apr 2018, 09:08

Wonderful model, I also combine paper and plastic figures. Paper is sometimes perfect to give a good background to figures, cheap and easy to produce!
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Posted by Beano Boy on 01 Apr 2018, 17:07

Lots of buildings are on line,and can be used for many periods of historical interest ,
or even along with fantasy type figures settings.

Your Work
A cool piece of constructive paper model making that works well with your figures.
Well done. :thumbup: BB
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Posted by rayloryan on 24 Apr 2018, 16:56

The church and the scholars. This church took me 3 months to build ... it's all worthy
and it is more vivid with the figures on it.
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Posted by Susofrick on 25 Apr 2018, 08:26

Wow! And I agree with Graeme!
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Posted by Kekso on 25 Apr 2018, 09:13

rayloryan wrote: This church took me 3 months to build ...


3 months?!? Pffff, I could do it in a day or two... but mine wouldn't be even near that beautiful :-D
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Posted by Graeme on 25 Apr 2018, 12:43

Wow! Another wonderful building.

The church looks fantastic, I really like the stained glass, it seems to be glowing from candlelight within.

Splendid work and, again, the figures do bring it to life.
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Posted by Hellboy on 25 Apr 2018, 12:51

Speechless!!! :shock: The paper models look fantastic !!!!! :yeah: I really like the buildings !!! :-D
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Posted by MABO on 27 Apr 2018, 07:03

I agree with the others: Wonderful models. Who was the producer?
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Posted by rayloryan on 29 Apr 2018, 15:28

No.3 the Tournament
2 years have been pased since my first build of this one. So far there are still some details being unfinished. It is a long way to go... This model is perfect for Italeri 6180 "Medieval Tournement"

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Posted by Bluefalchion on 29 Apr 2018, 15:31

Spectacular!
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