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I am trading under Afan Valley Miniatures making scale models of buildings of all genres. My home website is www.afanvalleyminiatures.co.uk

Saturday, 1 January 2011

I thought I would share a few mid production photos

Greetings for this New Year and may your miniature marvels be lucrative and grand this coming year .




Following on from the previous blog I thought I would share a few mid production photos so that the chimney stack makes sense when attached to a house. This is only half of the construction but to give an idea of size the depth is 26", height 31" and width 16". It is all wood construction with a plaster coat finish so far touch real wood I haven't needed to buy any bought parts. The concept is based on an ornament house we found in a charity shop, please excuse the dusty interior as I said it is work in progress. So I'll post a few more as it progresses .

9 comments:

  1. It already is a beautiful building!Happy New Year!

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  2. Very nice. Love the roof ornament.

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  3. I love the design of this house! The little lean-to on the back is really sweet! And I like the chimney part stone and part brick! Houses over here are mostly wood, so we don't see chimneys like that!

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  4. Looks like it will be a really charming house, the stonework looks so realistic and the interior shot could be renovations on a full-size house, minus the gap around the floor. Will love seeing how it progresses.

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  5. It looks so nice already! And I agree with Margaret, the interior shot could be 1:1 scale.

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  6. greetings from http://the-mouse-mansion.blogspot.com

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  7. Es una construcción preciosa igual que las otras que tienes en tu blog!!! Muy reales y muy bien trabajados los detalles. Te seguiré de cerca y me hago seguidora de tu blog. Saludos. Olga.
    http://elpetitmondelalluna.blogspot.com

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  8. Me gustan mucho tus creaciones, son muy reales,ya tienes una seguidora mas,te invito a visitarme.Besos.

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  9. It's awesome in every detail. I'm interested in your how you are doing the plastered interior. I've been experimenting with some different things for plastered interior and exterior effects, just bought a tub of artist's Texture Gel with glass beads yesterday. Haven't tried it yet.

    As for your 'once in a blue moon posts', maybe we could start a Blue Moon Bloggers club - you can be the President and I'll be the Secretary ;)

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