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#51 Fri, Mar1 2013 11:27am

ddaines
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Re: My work by Sevlag

If you make them as gifts without charge then you are not making a profit from another's work  + MM do not produce clear Ring-bearer figures for just such ideas (gifts just happen to cost a lot more to ship wink).

Technically (and there are forums devoted to the large scale figures I also collect/ed where members rant and rave about recasting) it is copyright I guess, but as I live in a 'Glass-house' and don't throw stones (Olde Bree proverb) roll, there is no way I could complete some of my dioramas without using a similar techniques to reproduce the dead orcs in them.

I would guess that as long as this is on a small scale no one gets upset, and some really nice, innovative ideas will appear smile.

May be wise not to publish on the main MM web gallery though.

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#52 Fri, Mar1 2013 11:51am

Sam Wise
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Re: My work by Sevlag

... thanks for the tutorial and the proposition!
I thing that it's "private use" if they are given as gifts or used for a private work....

Maybe, I will buy the box, Mistress Séverine and I could give you the M62 for making copies?
(I will contact you by e-mail or phone)


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#53 Sun, Mar3 2013 6:04pm

imisel
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Re: My work by Sevlag

sevlag wrote:

Milo wrote:

I can send you my M62 Bilbo and let you do a mould for everyone who asks as I have very few spare time these days. wink
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It's very nice of you to send me your figurine M62. I just buy resin to make a new mold of this figure. Then I can make it for everyone wish for: there are already for you and Gildor. Who else would like Bilbo and Frodo invisible?

I would love to have this two too, Sevlag smile


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Rick: In America they'd bring only a penny, and, huh, I guess that's about all they're worth.

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#54 Sun, Mar3 2013 7:30pm

sevlag
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Re: My work by Sevlag

OK Master Imisel wink
So :
Gildor : Bilbo and Frodo
Milo : Bilbo
Imisel : Bilbo and Frodo
Who else?

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#55 Mon, Mar4 2013 8:12am

cameosis
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Re: My work by Sevlag

thanks a lot for the info about the resin, ms. sevlag. smile


Esse quam videri. (Marcus Tullius Cicero)

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#56 Thu, Apr4 2013 6:58pm

sevlag
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Gentlemen, our little hobbits are almost ready, thanks to Master Milo and his M62. Some bubbles came ruin some achievements, but we finally arrived at an acceptable result, not perfect, but recognizable.
Please Master Imisel and Gildor, send me your address in my MP wink

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#57 Thu, Apr4 2013 8:04pm

Milo
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Any picture of it ? roll


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#58 Thu, Apr4 2013 8:13pm

sevlag
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Yes, of course Master Milo, but the photos are not very clear, because the camera's hard to point on invisible figurines.
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#59 Thu, Apr4 2013 10:41pm

Thingol
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Re: My work by Sevlag

.... nice indeed....


.... Farewell to Middle-earth at last. I see the Star above my mast!

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#60 Fri, Apr5 2013 7:22am

imisel
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Re: My work by Sevlag

sevlag wrote:

Yes, of course Master Milo, but the photos are not very clear, because the camera's hard to point on invisible figurines.
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very nice!


Ilsa:A franc for your thoughts.
Rick: In America they'd bring only a penny, and, huh, I guess that's about all they're worth.

CASABLANCA (1942)

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#61 Fri, Apr5 2013 7:39am

Milo
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Thanks for showing Séverine.

I like what I see very much !


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#62 Fri, Apr5 2013 11:32pm

Ori
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Good effect!

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#63 Sat, Apr6 2013 10:41am

sevlag
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Re: My work by Sevlag

The first little hobbits went on vacation in Spain wink

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#64 Wed, Apr10 2013 12:23pm

imisel
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Hello again Master Sevlag!

As soon as I can I will put a  nice photo of the two hobbits  that I got yesterday afternoon...  Thank you very, very much!!!!


Ilsa:A franc for your thoughts.
Rick: In America they'd bring only a penny, and, huh, I guess that's about all they're worth.

CASABLANCA (1942)

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#65 Tue, May28 2013 6:10pm

sevlag
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Last Sunday, we were invited to present our dioramas to an exhibition that took place in my village.
Real artists were present, such as:
a cabinetmaker
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And many others ....
and among these true artists, a small family presented his creations.
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To prevent offending anyone, I will show you only my figurines ... this is the first time I spreads out them on a table : that's pretty impressive.
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This is the first time that we exposed our hobby (and probably the last), but I loved this afternoon. In fact, people who came to see us have offered us very satisfying and encouraging comments. It was great. Even those who don't know the Tolkien's world enjoyed our dioramas. To share what for us is a pleasure, a hobby, is really rewarding.
And the coolest was to paint our figures by children who wanted to try ; and see their eyes light up when, in the end, we offer them their achievements big_smile

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#66 Wed, May29 2013 12:03am

Sam Wise
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Re: My work by Sevlag

I've seen all the pictures on your blog, Mistress Severine and it was really impressive!
I have some regrets that I didn't can be with you: bad choice of date for me!

It's a very nice idea that you permit at some children to paint a figure and that you gave it !big_smile


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feel free to visit my blog Sam's Minis World

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#67 Wed, May29 2013 8:22am

sevlag
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Thank you Master Sam.
It's a pity you wasn't able to come. It would have been nice to also show your achievements and especially another scale figurines, and other themes.

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#68 Wed, May29 2013 9:22am

Thingol
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Very nice to see... last time when I was put 1/6 part of my figures out of the shelf (one floor was supposed to be repaired ) on a single pad was a 3 pound of metal.... smile


.... Farewell to Middle-earth at last. I see the Star above my mast!

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#69 Wed, May29 2013 11:12am

Milo
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Bravo Séverine. smile
Great to see your mithrils all together here also.


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#70 Wed, May29 2013 9:09pm

ddaines
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Nothing looks better than a mass of Mithrils big_smile - hopefully this will not be the last time you display Séverine.

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#71 Sun, Nov3 2013 8:24pm

sevlag
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Re: My work by Sevlag

After 6 months of work, I wanted to show you my new creation, but I can not download my photos in the gallery.
So I present here (with old method), some pictures while waiting to put more photos in the gallery.
For those in a hurry, you can always go to my husband's blog where there are all the photos, and the creation step :
http://spirit-lotr86.blogspot.fr/

First, I wanted to thank Master Theobald, without whom this diorama would not exist.big_smile
Then, another thanks to Master Ori, which allowed me to start my project with valuable advices. wink

An unexpected party

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#72 Sun, Nov3 2013 8:28pm

Sam Wise
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Re: My work by Sevlag

That's a wonderful work !! smile
I'm really impressed with the quality of the details !
Master-work !!!


"no fear to fight, no fear to loose, just want to have fun!" (anonymous)
feel free to visit my blog Sam's Minis World

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#73 Mon, Nov4 2013 8:44am

Milo
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Re: My work by Sevlag

MY godness ! This is just amazing, absolutely cute and full of great ideas, creativity !
There are plenty little things I love. The setting inside brings more life to MX535. (And this little table with book, good to see one painted tongue)
The outside is outsanting !

BRAVO
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#74 Mon, Nov4 2013 9:31am

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Re: My work by Sevlag

Excelent work, Master Sevlag!

The small details of his work do we have to watch very carefully each pic. That corner of the garden with the vegetables I love it! smile


¡Fuera, viejo Tumulario! ¡Desaparece a la luz! ¡Encógete como la niebla fría, llora como el viento en las tierra estériles, más allá de los montes! ¡No regreses aquí! ¡Deja vacío el túmulo! Perdido y olvidado, más sombrío que la sombra, quédate donde las puertas están cerradas para siempre, hasta los tiempos de un mundo mejor. Tom Bombadil LOTR1

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#75 Mon, Nov4 2013 9:51am

sevlag
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Thank you very much gentlemen. I do my best.
And you can't see the details because I can't upload images on the gallery, so I don't put many photos here... But wait and we'll see some little animals living in the garden winktongue

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