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#1 Tue, Dec15 2015 3:25pm

Gerold
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Book I in mithril

Friends and foes of Mithril,

May I share some pictures I made, all scenes from Book I, all with Mithril figures I painted recently or long ago (you can see the difference). Exclusive pictures for these pages!

Let's start with some pictures from the Shire, when all was quiet and peace.

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#2 Tue, Dec15 2015 4:15pm

Maenas
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Re: Book I in mithril

OH! I can see a hobbit hole with a detachable roof!! more pictures please.. I like it!! ^^
Thank you Gerold for sharing this and for starting a story with them.


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#3 Tue, Dec15 2015 4:51pm

Theobald
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Yes, thank you very much, Gerold. That is a very promising start. Keep om, please.

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#4 Tue, Dec15 2015 5:21pm

Mornedhel
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Re: Book I in mithril

Good, I admire all of you to share pictures and have time to spent on our mithril hobby


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#5 Tue, Dec15 2015 5:33pm

Milo
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Re: Book I in mithril

a hobbit hole ? I need to see the kitchen ! lol


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#6 Tue, Dec15 2015 7:54pm

ddaines
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Re: Book I in mithril

Very nice work Gerold.

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#7 Wed, Dec16 2015 1:08am

orc
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Re: Book I in mithril

Lovely Master Gerold!!!big_smile Great job here! very inspirational, thanks for sharing!


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#8 Wed, Dec16 2015 2:59pm

Gerold
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Re: Book I in mithril

Thanks guys.
The peace doesn't last for long. Soon the Dark Force - sorry - the servers of the Dark Lord are searching for a hobbit called 'Baggins!'.
The hobbits flee through the wood and meet the Black Riders and some mysterious Elves. Sam is delighted!

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#9 Wed, Dec16 2015 8:14pm

ddaines
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It's very interesting to see your 'story' developing Gerold - I'm on a similar quest (but keep getting distracted smile) to do a similar project - the Farewell to Bree diorama being my first part albeit not in sequence.

So please keep yours coming and hopefully I will be inspired to 'pull my finger out' as we say in these parts.

David

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#10 Thu, Dec17 2015 3:46pm

Gerold
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Here the hobbits meet one of the Spirits.

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But luckily, there is Tom Bombadil, just in time to save them! And there is his lovely wife, the daughter of the 'Riverwoman'. She loves the river as you can see.

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And in the meantime, this Rangers of the North keeps a watch in order to track any suspicious northbound travellers.

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#11 Thu, Dec17 2015 3:58pm

orc
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Re: Book I in mithril

Great Master Gerold!

beutiful photos,miniatures and sceneries...trully nice!!!! Can I ask...from what brand are the houses from your last photo?


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#12 Fri, Dec18 2015 9:17am

Thingol
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Re: Book I in mithril

Gerold, I really like your The lord of the rings beginning timeline. Do you have more projects like this.... !?!?


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

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#13 Fri, Dec18 2015 9:39am

Milo
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Thingol wrote:

Gerold, I really like your The lord of the rings beginning timeline. Do you have more projects like this.... !?!?

Voilŕ, tout est dit. wink


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#14 Fri, Dec18 2015 11:45am

Maenas
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Re: Book I in mithril

I see a nice storytelling here. Thank you for sharing and I am looking forward more ^^


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#15 Tue, Dec22 2015 3:12pm

Gerold
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Re: Book I in mithril

Hi folks
finally I got here again post some pictures
But to answer to your questions : the buildings I used in my last pictures, are handmade by someone who sold them on ebay, a few years ago. It was an opportunity I couldn't resist. So I'm afraid they are 'unique'.

I do have some other projects. Not just figures, but related to Mithril. I will show them soon...

But first new pictures of Breeg :

in this picture you will recognize (or not) an Inn model of another company in the fantasy branche...

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Here we see the daughter of a nobleman saying goodbye to her lover Ranger. He's accompagnied by a Rohan rider, waiting to leave finally. And her father is keeping an eye on her from up the stairs. - I can't remember which company the house is from (bought on ebay).

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#16 Tue, Dec22 2015 3:47pm

Maenas
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Nice work! Noticed that M16 wink It looks a bit different from your other miniatures...


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#17 Tue, Dec22 2015 4:58pm

Milo
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Excellent Master Gerold.
I like the father upstairs very much. I am sure the ranger is very careful while talking to nobleman's daughter.lol


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#18 Wed, Dec23 2015 11:42am

Gerold
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Well seen Master Maenas, the M16 is the only figure I didn't paint myself. It was painted (and without a sword) when I bought it, in a figure store in Brussels, somewhere in 1995 I think, at the price of... 20 euros. I wasn't aware of the rareness of this figure, but a few weeks later the storekeeper told me he had heard that the M16 figure could reach prices of 125 euro in France.

Anyway, its getting dark in Breeg...

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#19 Wed, Dec23 2015 11:45am

Gerold
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#20 Wed, Dec23 2015 12:55pm

sevlag
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I like the atmosphere Master Gerold, and I like the tavern too ;-) Very good work

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#21 Wed, Dec23 2015 3:32pm

Maenas
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Excels in Storytelling... *bowing at your feet*


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#22 Wed, Dec23 2015 5:49pm

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Re: Book I in mithril

Did the Girl lose her sword Master Gerold


Where there is a will there is a way, just as there are no problems, only solutions! Guess it depends on ones own perspective of the matter at that time big_smile

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#23 Thu, Dec24 2015 3:37pm

Gerold
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Yes she did. She already lost it when I found her...

While everyone is getting drunk in the Inn, the Guards of Breeg are having horrifying visitors... and they find their way to the Inn !

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Our friends are lucky : an inexpected ally has saved them out of the Inn on time and leads them through the forest...

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#24 Thu, Dec24 2015 5:11pm

Thingol
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Re: Book I in mithril

.... smile smile smile I like everything seen. Have you made like this whole book....


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

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#25 Thu, Dec24 2015 5:12pm

Thingol
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Where do you keep all of this dioramas.... ?!?!?


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

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