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28 août 2013

Laser-cut Barn / Stable 28mm - (Conversion)-

After the Zvezda "Thatched Country House"
and all the problems that I've had to build it, I was very motivated to build another model which was waiting in my "to-do" pile !
I was not very enthusiast about "laser-cut" but like I'm curious, I've bought ... 2 models!
the barn that I will show here and a medieval house .... maybe for another time ...

The model assembled (something easy !):

Beautiful, isn't it ?

I didn't take pictures of all the steps of the conversion... sorry!
I've just used wood coffee-sticks and matches (big ones), and glue! that's all .

one wall is moved in the middle and I've done a new framework

I've cute a part of the roof and cover all with planks





some paint and a simple wash on the wood:




et voilà !

perfect for the Hobbits !
Sam and Bill's stable !


32 commentaires:

  1. Hola
    Bonita casa,y útil por lo que veo,se la ve muchas posibilidades
    un saludo

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  2. That looks fabulous, a great conversion Sam.

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    1. Thanks Michael!
      it could be better but it's a good trail to do some others from A to Z !

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    1. Thank Kris!
      Do you have a blog ? I didn't find one in your profile..

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  4. The laser cut building looks very good Pascal. Well done!

    Regards
    Bruno

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    1. Thanks Bruno !
      not a great work... but I'm not very accustomed to do such things: I will do better next time...

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    1. Thanks Jay!
      not "great", it's not a master-work !

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  6. Very nice stable, it came out well.

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  7. Great "rescue" of what was a awefull looking kit.

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    1. Thanks Paul!
      I hope that it will be useful for those who have the temptation to buy some cheap laser-cut models !
      Save your money!!!

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  8. Bref, on peut largement se passer du laser-cut !
    J'avoue avoir hésité devant quelques modèles, mais ta présentation est éloquente. Je continuerai à la main (ou les papermodel si je suis trop pressé) !

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    1. On peut s'en passer sauf si la beauté d'une table n'est pas ce qu'on cherche le plus !
      Il vaut mieux un beau paper-model qu'un laser-cut comme ça !
      Et dire que j'ai aussi une maison médiévale..
      A VENDRE !!!!

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  9. Very nice work, it came out looking great!

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  10. great stuff my friend a great save. that cheep lazer cut model was really sad just a few bits of wood with some lines burnt into them. your models is very nice indeed.

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    1. Thanks Captain!.... but I'm at some light-years of your level!

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  12. I love it, Sam Wise!
    When I was little we had such houses made of cardboard which you could buy in shops and build step by step.

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  13. Thanks Dezz!
    never have those toys but maybe, it's something of your country ?
    I just remember figures, planes "home made", custom-cars,...
    (and something tell me that we are not from the same generation ...)

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  14. I think that's the first laser cut building I have ever seen that I like. You did a wonderful job on upgrading that kit. Thanks for posting that.

    Mike Bunkermeister Creek
    http://bunkermeister.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thanks Mike !
      ... and I'm happy that you give me a visit, very kind from you !

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