Discussion in 'Modelling' started by Owen, Feb 23, 2019.
Almost finished my 1/6th cottage for my son to use with his Dragon figures.
Some interior views.
You could easily rent that for $800 a month here in Toronto. Dwarfs need a place to live too.
It's sort of ''Eastern Frontish'' , I know some were plastered & whitewashed.
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Top draw indeed
Now just needs a 1/6th scale George Michael.
Here is George and he requires a uniform
If you ever move onto the Welsh regiments
Thought it looked rather good in the garden today.
Must say Owen looks pucker
Ground level photographs can really make the scene extremely realistic.
my home town and I've never been in that house ..
Less & less convinced by this 'they're not mine, they're the boy's' angle.
Seems like some serious spending has gone on here. Pushing teenage means.
Be proud of your proclivities, mate. It's 2019. No need to hide.
Let me know when you want it torched/blown up
It is a hobby that can get highly addictive. But as a friend of mine is wont to say, "It's never too late to have a happy childhood". So go for it mate, have fun and the Scratch building will get worse I warn you.
I built a scale accurate 1/6th Cromwell...which will never be finished because I keep adding to it. That one's just for me! I even designed the running gear to match, exactly, to original war time drawings. So wheel hubs are accurate and so are wheels, which do actually bolt to the wheel hubs. Sprocket drive is also designed as individual components and all bolts together as per the originals. Hub, Horn Guides, Sprocket rings, the whole thing is all held together by miniature bolts. A work of art in it's own right!
Playing in the garden this afternoon.
Way too much free time on your hands
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