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#1 Mon, Jan2 2012 3:55pm

sevlag
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The Sevlag's Tavern

Hello and welcome to all in my future tavern under construction.
I put you the first photos:
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The feast begins to cook
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And welcome for a drink :
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I wish you all an happy new year of 2012 big_smilebig_smilewink

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#2 Mon, Jan2 2012 4:50pm

Theobald
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

Hey, Mistress Sevlag, very nice to see the cosy atmosphere in your tavern. A very nice place. Keep on, please.
And of course wishing you also a Happy New Year smile

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#3 Mon, Jan2 2012 5:21pm

Milo
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

Fantasy & fantastic place we all should visit as it seems a bit empty wink.
Yellow on the wall behind torches gives a very warm atmosphere.

J'adore !
Do you offer free drinks there for MMP visitors ? tongue


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#4 Mon, Jan2 2012 7:03pm

sevlag
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

With pleasure Milo, the MMP visitors will always be welcome to come to take a free drink big_smilewink. But you will not should forget then to go to the prancing pony to finish the evening.tongue
Thank you for your first comments. But it's only the beginning, I have to polish up the decoration, the atmosphere, then the dishes before being all able to invite you in a nice place. tonguewink

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#5 Mon, Jan2 2012 9:29pm

Mabden
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

Waiting to see it full of miniatures. I promise you to drink a beer looking your work when you finish this.

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#6 Mon, Jan2 2012 9:40pm

Gildor Inglorion
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

really impressive! I wish I could achieve such jewels myself! oO


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#7 Mon, Jan2 2012 11:46pm

Thingol
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

You should put here pictures in higher resolution Mistress Sevlag ... Everything is so well made, and I see the feminine touch in inn.... all compliments !!!


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

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#8 Tue, Jan3 2012 7:14pm

ddaines
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

I may start drinking here instead of the Pony lol

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#9 Wed, Jan4 2012 1:31pm

elroi
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

It´s so big and so full of details, even without the miniatures... Looks great, Mistress Sevlag, a nice place to start the new year.
Have you chosen a name for the tavern?

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#10 Wed, Jan4 2012 5:47pm

sevlag
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

No name for this tavern Master Elroi hmm I haven't think of this...tongue
In France, we have a tradition: when a house is completely ended, we make the "pendaison de crémaillère" (house-warming party) with our friends and, for my tavern, to give it a name and party with all of you if you want big_smilebig_smile During this time I'll try to think about a nice and friendly name smilewink If you have some ideas....tongue
Thank you very much for all these comments, which encourages me to continue. I admit that I didn't too much work on it because I have to paint all the dishes, the bottles and the others quite small objects and I have no courage and no ideas of painting for such objects at the moment hmm

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#11 Mon, Apr9 2012 1:33pm

sevlag
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

That's it, my dishes are made.
I placed everybody to have an idea of the fact what will be my ended tavern.
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He Milo, I found you a good small place near the fire
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The musicians are ready to put the atmosphere
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A good small beer to be drunk between friends
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And now a lot of work for paint everybody
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#12 Mon, Apr9 2012 3:29pm

Milo
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

Mistress sevlag, this is exactly the right atmosphere.  So many detailed furnitures. roll

And thanks for the warm sit nearby fireplace.
Perfect ! cool


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#13 Mon, Apr9 2012 3:51pm

ddaines
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

Great work Mistress Sevlag, I echo Milo's comments and alos like the way you have added a glow to the wall where the torches are.

Good to see the 'Tree' in residence big_smile

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#14 Mon, Apr9 2012 4:52pm

Theobald
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

Ahhh. This is what makes a talkative tree speechless, stunned, impressed. Alas. ..... though it's not perfect, Mistress Sevlag, it's just a bit more than perfect, if you know what I mean ... hûu^^ooôomm rhmHOMM ... <--- ti domm ... uom~~~~~~
I'll contact you immediately, be sure ..... wonderful that is, isn't it? ... there also is a tree in that diorama ... but where's the dark corner and the man who always sits there smoking his pipe? ... rhuoo°m ... no wargskins at the threshold ... don't get me wrong, please, Mistress Sevlag, but this simply is ... a marvel, though that tree is not painted yet ... but who can haste each and everything .... huoommmm ...

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#15 Mon, Apr9 2012 5:36pm

sevlag
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

Thank you very much for your comments.big_smile
But it's not finish, I've some more of work, and more ideas to which I have not installed yet: as to put windows, carpets... to have a warmer atmosphere winktonguerolltongue But as said Master Ent :"be not hasty"tonguewink
And Master Ent, If I didn't put the man in the dark, it's because he's already in another diorama. Furthermore, I have only one copy of it hmmhmmsad
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#16 Mon, Apr9 2012 6:34pm

Theobald
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

Right you are, melady ... very right indeed ... haste always is what spoils .... so, maybe I can help you out with some well-trodden and used wargskins, as I still keep some spare ones in the backyard of the Pony .. Never mention that to Master Barliman, please, as he doesn't know about them ... carpets and windows would be very nice indeed ... as for Master TWrich in the dark I could try to help out, not with a copy, of course ... just ask me .... er. better check your PM-box, Mistress Sevlag, there are ideas included ... alas, windows I just checked ... yes, I still have some, good old metal, not resin-casted ... 4 sets of windows from FreeBooterMiniatures ... I could also provide some gargoyles or cats fitting into that window-frames ... keep on melady and check your PM-box ..... rhu^^umm ... cet a dire ... Ent.

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#17 Mon, Apr9 2012 6:54pm

sevlag
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

Hello Master Ent,
I read my PM-box and send you 2 messages big_smilewink
Thank you very much

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#18 Mon, Apr9 2012 8:24pm

Thingol
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

Strange.... Hm.... Suddenly I decided to do something like that.... You have all my best compliments dear Sevlag.... This is really wonderful.... I hope that we will soon see this work completely painted smile smile smile smile smile : ) !!!


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

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#19 Mon, Apr9 2012 8:49pm

Theobald
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

Huuoommm .... having read all that, Mistress Sevlag, it's ok ... don't hurry, stay calm ... windows are coming ...

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#20 Tue, Apr10 2012 9:13am

sevlag
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

thank you Master Ent. It will make more clearly and we can have a beautiful view on the countryside  winkbig_smile
Would anybody have a coat rack, like these? Or would be to say to me where I could find there?
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Thanks for your help

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#21 Sun, Apr22 2012 9:24am

sevlag
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

Hello, Master Ent,
My 8-year-old son wanted to paint the first layer of your figurine tongue. Here is the result :
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A quality staff is now ready to welcome you big_smile :
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Sorry for the bad quality of photos, but my camera doesn't like the small objects sadhmm

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#22 Sun, Apr22 2012 11:09am

Theobald
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

Ahhh, thank you very much, Mistress Sevlag. And, please, tell your son that I do very much appreciate his work. That's the way, melady, teach the young ones what's important in life. smile

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#23 Mon, Apr23 2012 2:02pm

Thingol
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

Theobald wrote:

Ahhh, thank you very much, Mistress Sevlag. And, please, tell your son that I do very much appreciate his work. That's the way, melady, teach the young ones what's important in life. smile

Agree.... smile


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

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#24 Tue, May8 2012 6:25pm

sevlag
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

After a few days of sun,  I went to my garden to collect some flowers for the tavern big_smilebig_smile

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#25 Tue, May8 2012 6:56pm

Gildor Inglorion
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Re: The Sevlag's Tavern

such a wonderful tavern indeed!!


"Elves seldom give unguarded advice, for advice is a dangerous gift, even from the wise to the wise, and all courses may run ill." (Gildor Inglorion, LOTR1)

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