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20 mai 2015

Medieval Market-Stand (TOMA'S Miniatures)

I apologize to be almost out the blogosphere since a long time : very busy I am ...
I don't paint a lot too ...

Those little set has been finished some weeks ago, and I've had no time to post the pictures before .

Toma sculpts excellent figures, especially for the medieval period, but not only : his Indians and buffaloes are awesome too ! (I've them but didn't paint them... maybe later ?)
(blog: Toma's Minis World )


(bad !) Pictures !!




24 commentaires:

  1. Hola
    Que bueno
    Me gusta
    Seguro que te da mucho juego
    Un saludo

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  2. I like the sculpts, Sam; and your painting of them is very nice!

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  3. Very nice! I might have a go at scratch-building something like that.

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    1. Thanks Paul : this one is a part of the set .... I think that it's not so difficult to scratch-build something like that, I'm just too lazy !

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  4. our friend Toma improves day by day. Great work ON THESE figs. Must i say that your paint on them is lovely? Love your use of the colors !!!! greetings

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    1. Toma is one of the best sculptor and yes he improves a lot !
      He has a great sense of original poses too !
      Thanks for the compliments ! I've tried to change a little my usual colours palette !

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  5. J'aime beaucoup tes couleurs également, joli travail Pascal !
    Deux petites questions :
    - "Bonnet vert" a-t-il une moustache ou les ombres me jouent-elles des tours ?
    - "L'abri-bus" est home-made ou dans le kit ? J'aime beaucoup :-)

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    1. Merci Stéphane ! pour les couleurs, j'essaie de changer un peu ma palette habituelle !
      -pour la moustache faudrait que je vérifie, mais je ne crois pas...
      -L'éventaire est inclus dans le set, comme tout le reste !

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  6. Nice figure set and beautiful painted my dear friend. Congrats!

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  7. These don't look like bad pictures. They look great.

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    1. Thanks dear Happy Whisk !
      not too bad, but I would like to have done more various pictures !

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  8. Nicely painted Toma Figures Sam.You are very wise indeed with your choice of colours when it comes to painting them too. BB

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    1. Thanks Paul !
      you're a wise man too if you talk about the colours, my friend !

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  9. Sam

    Nicely done. Did you scratch build the stand or was is it from a kit?

    Jan

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    1. Thanks Jan !
      complete set here, includes the stand.
      I'm not a good scratch-builder, you know...

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  10. You did a great work again! Love your peacefull work!

    PS: did you check your mail lately?

    Greetings
    Peter

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  11. Just saw this. Very nicely painted Sam. Thanks for the link to Toma's blog as well, he has some nice sculpts.

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