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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)!!

Friday, 18 March 2011

Next target: Thanosville!!!!

Good day everyone!
It's been a while since my last post (bloody work / excuses dare I say), but I managed to finish my last terrain piece, which I asked you what it would be.
It is a big square, with a WWI monument ( Dapol CO76 - War Memorial ).

Since I started this blog, many of you have asked me to show how all the things that I made up to now, would look displayed together. Mostly because I liked this town square I made yesterday, I decided to put most of my terrain pieces on table to show you the progress that I've made up to now.
There is still much work to be done, but now you can get a picture of what I have been doing all this time! :-)





















I hope you like it!

Any comments and critics are more than welcome!

T.

24 comments:

  1. Hi T

    You have just made my weekend with this eye candy. Excellent stuff and all worth th many hours of work!!!
    GReg

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  2. The village looks really great. You can see the work you put into it. May you have some great battles fought there :)

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  3. Wonderfull...it looks great and so peacefull..but I think that won´t last for long. A cafe...there´s always a cafe..Allo Allo!
    Cheers
    Paul

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  4. Wow that's a great town setup!!, I like the black and white photo's, gives it a better sense of realisism.

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  5. T, where is the church and graveyard?

    GReg

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  6. Great! Great! Great!h..Have I mentioned that this village is great? Thanos, that village is beautiful!

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  7. Very well done! Everything looks great put together like that!

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  8. Amazing my friend!!!! I want to live there, i choose for me the yellow house near the square, ejejej!!! Now we want to see with a lot tanks and miniatures!!!! Well done!!!

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  9. That is f**king brilliant, what a set up and what I could with it, really well done sir. Apologies for not visiting sooner but you have fallen off my blogroll for some reason.

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  10. Great modeling job! The village looks very natural. I like the monument in the centre of the town!

    Where are the villagers?

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  11. Top notch terrain, looks like total fun to play on.

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  12. Nice city! Would totally like to take it over with some airborne troops!

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  13. Excellent work on that city Thanos!!!! Like the others a nice and clean place to live!

    @Yori: they're all that Paul's café. His real name is René :-D

    A war memorial statue was it :-D

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  14. Simply awesome...Speechless...Well done!

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  16. Well done mate!!!!A labour of love and it shows.I am really glad to finally see it finished.

    Cheers Rich.

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  17. That looks fantastic! Just needs a couple of tanks in the square to finish it off. Strangely, although it's Normandy, it reminds me of some of the towns and villages I grew up near in southern England, I guess that's proof of how convincing it is!

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  18. Just awesome mate, what a battleground

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  19. Piece by piece, house by house, they have all become a complete table. Well done! You have every right to be proud.

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  20. Μπράβο, αδερφέ μου.
    Αγάλι, αγάλι γίνεται η αγουρίδα μέλι...
    "Πέτρην κοιλαίνει ρανίς ύδατος ενδελεχείη"...
    Θες μετάφραση, νεαρέ;
    Τάσος.

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  21. WOW that looks great nice work.

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  22. very nice work. That looks gr8

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