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25 octobre 2013

SCOTTISH HOUSES .....

I've ordered some buildings at Ebob miniatures ... about 2 months ago !
I've received them last Saturday and I've started to paint both Scottish houses on Tuesday.
I've finished this morning....

J'ai commandé des bâtiments Ebob miniatures ... il ya environ 2 mois!
J'ai reçu les samedi dernier et j'ai commencé à peindre les maisons écossaises mardi.
J'ai fini ce matin ....



1-Large Scottish House: 



and with figures for the scale :
28/30mm (Mithril)
28/30mm (=15mm for the Hobbits!) Mithril
1/72 (Vikings)


2-Small House:

1/72 again....

.....and both houses together:


In my opinion they are interesting , but:
-No chimney ! (I don't how they could miss that!)
-scale : a little bit small for 28mm and not too bad for 1/72 (except the doors which are a little bit large)
À mon avis, elles sont intéressantes, mais:
-Pas de cheminée! (Je ne sais pas comment ils ont pu rater ça!)
-échelle: un peu petites pour du 28mm et pas trop mal pour du  1/72 (sauf les portes qui sont un peu trop grandes)
I've also 2 Medieval Houses which are not bad .... coming soon !

28 commentaires:

  1. Ben la mon ami tu a fait un super travail , très réaliste cette maison .
    Salutations

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  2. !!WOW!!! Those are lovely!!! I suppose the way of making the doorways a bit smaller would be to raise the groundwork a bit..add a step to the rear of the large scottish house, another paving Stone at the front. (?)

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    1. Thanks Paul!
      not easy to change the doors... I was thinking about that but didn't find something easy (if it's too difficult, I think that it's not necessary to take a lot of time for that!)

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  3. it's extremely gorgeous, Sam Wise, I can see that yard filled with cute little animals!

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    1. Thanks Dez ! hummm..... yes! little animals like lovely pigs sleeping in the mud...

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  4. Pour sûr, ils se chauffent à l’électrique...vraiment splendide!

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    1. Merci Phil,
      parfois on se demande à quoi ils pensent ... même un simple trou dans le toit aurait été plus réaliste!

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  5. Lovely sculptures. And your painting of them is super, Pada Sam. The grass gives them a very natural look...like they belong in your world somewhere.

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    1. Thanks Jay! yes, you're right, they are a part of my own imaginary world ... wait and see but I'm quite sure that we will see them again... somewhere!

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  6. Superb looking pieces that you have painted brilliantly. Makes me want to pick up a couple of these pieces myself

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    1. Thanks Dan ! you can buy some! very easy to paint, very light, and not too expensive.
      If you live in the US, better to buy them directly at the manufacturer, look here : http://www.wargamescenics.com/

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  7. A bit of a wait but lovely work Sam!

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    1. Thanks Francis!
      I was not in a great hurry so I've not cry !

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  8. You have made them look fantastic!

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  9. Thy look good -right out of Braveheart / RobRoy!

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    1. Thanks Scott!
      ...maybe Rob Roy will allow me to use them for something different ? Scots are nice guys !

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  10. Those buildings look really nice and seem to go quite well with the 1/72 figures. No smoke hole? Get Svein the health and safety Berserker on it.

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    1. Thanks Sean!
      Ok for Svein and the Breserker in my home!

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  11. Hola
    Magnificas escenografías me gustan
    un saludo

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  12. nice work there! the buildings are a little bit awkward scale wise but they are nice looking (despite missing chimneys)

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    1. Thanks Gowan ! I don't how they really work with other 28mm figures, because I've only MITHRIL and GW LoTR for the comparison but they can be good for 1/72, so they are good for me !

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  13. They're great looking buildings, I think Posties got these??

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    1. Thanks Ray !
      I don't know if Posties have got them.... maybe I will ask him?

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  14. Great work Pascal! They seem to fit good enough for 1/72 scale figures! I wouldn't care about the doors!

    Greetings
    Peter

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    1. Agree with you Peter : if they are good for 1/72, they are good for me !
      ... and easy + fast painting is good for me too !

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