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    I like this dudes thought process and results.

    http://nikolairuskin.com/miniatures.htm

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  • #2
    sweet looking stuff, looks practical too a hard thing to do somtimes
    Peace James
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    • #3
      Some good looking stuff there Pete, I'm currently in need of some good terrain inspiration especially for the 17th Century and his Bogenhafen & Ravenswood stuff looks very nice.

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      Contributions can be made directly in the Wiki or by contacting the admin team here.

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      • #4
        oh yeah? Whatcha makin?

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        • #5
          I bet Wil has got him making ECW building..... Sorry Bill
          Peace James
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          • #6
            Nice, saved to favorites for later reference.
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            • #7
              Like that stuff!
              "Who needs weights? Animals don't lift weights, and animals are STRONG!"
              -Chuck "the Truck" Wallace

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              • #8
                @ Pete & Exiles - Yep, English Civil War stuff for my son, perhaps three or four buildings and a couple of scenery bits, hills etc (hence my interest in the Bogenhafen & Ravenswood stuff). Not that I mind as I enjoy making terrain/scenery and it'll be good looking at a period I've not had much to do with in the past.

                A community driven repository aimed at the whole miniature painting community.
                Contributions can be made directly in the Wiki or by contacting the admin team here.

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                "The concept of 'why' is way more important to understand than the question of 'how' (which is only ever a variation of 'get paint - paint paint')." - Orki, November 2010.

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                • #9
                  Impressive!

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                  • #10
                    Love the tea house
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                    • #11
                      Same here.. that Tea house is ace!
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