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Being a modeller for quite a few years now, I decided to explore the endless possibilities that the world (through internet) offers, and come up with a series of ways of building, modelling and painting fast (but not hastily), to create the worlds I was seeing in history books since I was little. . .If you care to join me. . . This is the place to be! And, I promise you to find the way (or ways)!!

Sunday, 29 August 2010

Zimbo's Buildings!!

Hello everyone!

This is my latest addition for my Normandy Project!

These two buildings have been purchased by a very polite and talented German fellow, Marc (email:

The buildings are made from resin, and they come in separate pieces that you have to assemble.

The prices are very reasonable for someone who wants to recreate realistic Normandy buildings .

If you are interested, simply send him an email and he will be more than pleased to help you!

I recommend them with closed eyes!!!!

By the way, I hope you like the buildings that I painted! :-)

Any comments are more than welcome, as always!!



  1. Hi Thanos

    Great paint jobs on all you new purchases. Could I request some comparison photos again? The Byzantium range alongside Zimbo's range.


  2. Of course Greg, but since I am not at home at the moment, I promise to send them tommorow, is that ok?

  3. Nice buildings! Are you intending to build a full sized city :)

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  5. How good are these houses, you have nearly completed project that you're doing great work, we are vigilant and closely follow your work, well done!

  6. They are very good, but I think the ones you have made from scratch yourself are probably more cost-effective?

  7. T,
    That would be great, I too enjoy visiting your blog. Easternfunker variety never hurts. That is why I would like to see them mixed to compare scale. I think Byzantium, Gamecraft and Zimbos would fit together well. The Matthius Horn from houses will also mix well.


  8. Great work! I`ve got one of Zimbos houses on my workbench, too and I hope to get a result as good as yours...the emphasis is on "hope". What do you use for the "wash"?