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22 novembre 2014

"Western Town" Buildings I, II and III

3/5 ! (the 2 others are waiting that I accept to finish them .. just gluing the parts ! )
They still don't have names or functions but they will have !
Manufacturer : Thomas Förstmann (own page) , available here : Kay FÜRMANN Miniatures
I've tried to take some pictures with figures for the scale ...
 THE NEXT ONES ARE "TF WST 007 and TF WST 007"

TF WST 002





TF WST 001



TF WST 015





(THE NEXT ONES ARE "TF WST 007 and TF WST 007")

 

 

26 commentaires:

  1. Great stuff there Sam! They look awesome!

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  2. Hi Sam
    Your work is very cool, houses and dolls are proportional size and is reminiscent of the time of westerns.
    I hope you are the best of health.
    Smacks and smiles, Nanda

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    1. Thanks Nanda for your always nice comments !

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  3. Lovely work Sam - they tempt me to try the old west!

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    1. Thanks Pendragon ! try! it's a pleasure !

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  4. Awesome looking buildings! And very realistic! This is how a building really looks in an old Western Town! Not hollywood like!
    Great work Pascal!

    PS: did yo receive my e-mail?

    Greetings
    Peter

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    1. Hi Peter !
      in fact, it's difficult to say how the buildings were at their time !
      some were new, some were painted, some were old and weathered... who knows exactly ?

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  5. Hi Sam,Great set of buildings and the painting is a credit to you,and your golden brush! I`ve been collecting old photo`s of buildings of old wild western type towns: Dodge,Tombstone and Daisy Town! ( Lucky Luke! ),because it is the advertising posted or painted on them that interests me,because I will make scratch building`s from paper card to be placed near my 1860`s Railway. As always its a real pleasure to see your work. BB

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    1. Hi Paul ! many thanks ! the Lucky Buildings are good samples; I've one and it's not bad !
      Those western buildings are good, I think ...
      and I'm sure that you will do a superb work on yours !

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  6. Hola
    Grandes construcciones,se ven muy bien
    un saludo

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  7. Really nice modeling, Sam! Very nice structures.

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  8. Très chouettes peintures, je me joins aux louanges qui précèdent et qui suivront, je n'en doute pas !
    Cela dit, l'échelle des bâtiments me paraît un peu petite pour le 1/72° à en croire les encadrements de portes... Je vais donc m'abstenir de les acquérir pour mes 28mm !
    Dommage, ce sont de biens jolis bâtisses.

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    1. Merci Stéphane ...
      l'échelle est plus proche du HO que du 1/72 mais il faut dire que les figurines "Tombstone" (photo 1 et 2 ) sont plutôt grandes.
      Pour le 28mm, les modèles ne manquent pas: tu trouveras ton bonheur... mais évite les "laser-cut", je trouve ça assez horrible ! Je dois avoir quelques références dans mes archives, si tu as besoin...

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    2. D'accord avec toi pour les laser-cut et autres mdf ! Je préfère encore me faire des papermodels...
      Pour les références, merci, mais ce n'est pas à l'ordre du jour !

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  9. Hola. Como estas?
    Vos sos seguidor de mi blog los juguetes del coelccionista (miniaturas jack...)
    Te quería avisar que cambié de dirección, ahora es esta: http://eljuguetionista.blogspot.com.ar/
    Tambien abrí un facebook sobre juguetes vintage y de colección, te invito a unirte: https://www.facebook.com/eljuguetionista
    Saludos.

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