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#26 Thu, Dec24 2015 5:16pm

Milo
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From: Toulouse, France
Registered: Tue, Mar30 2010
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Re: Book I in mithril

Having so many painted minis & decor must be a great pleasure for playing. I am jalous Master gerold. cool


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#27 Wed, Jan6 2016 3:23pm

Gerold
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Re: Book I in mithril

Hi everybody,
well, I did not make the whole trilogy with Mithril figures, but maybe I will...
All these scenes are not really 'diorama's'. I put up the scenery, I place and replace the figures for the pictures, and after that the figures go back to the showcase or into the boxes. Same for the scenery pieces. I have quiet a lot of boxes with scenery pieces and indeed it is a pleasure to make these scenes and share them with you.
This is how a big part of my collection is stored:

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#28 Wed, Jan6 2016 3:41pm

Gerold
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Re: Book I in mithril

Now, where was I ?
Oh yes, the hobbits arrive at Weathertop and they can see strange lightnings far, far away, coming from Isengard:

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And while Strider is searching for...whatever, the hobbits are attacked by surpise. They defend desperately...

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Frodo lost all hope and puts on the Ring, hoping to become invisible.

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But in stead of Frodo becoming invisible, the Ringwraights appear to him in their true form...

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#29 Thu, Jan7 2016 3:16pm

Gerold
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Luckily, Strider arrives on time to drive the Ringwraiths back.

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But Frodo is seriously wounded.

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Lucky again, on their way further to Rivendel, they meet an unexpected allie who brings rescue.

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That's all folks. Sorry I didn't shoot the Ringwraights hunting Glorfindel or the river swollowing them with water in the shape of horses. To difficult for me smile. After all, I'm not PJ.

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#30 Thu, Jan7 2016 4:05pm

Milo
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Re: Book I in mithril

This is fantastic. I love the way Frodo tries to use the ring. cool


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#31 Fri, Jan8 2016 12:19am

orc
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From: Mordor
Registered: Sun, Oct12 2014
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Re: Book I in mithril

I'm agree with Master Milo..this is fantastic.....decoration,miniatures, your way to show us the history....very nice.... Great Master Gerold!!!smile


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#32 Fri, Jan8 2016 7:27pm

hsf62
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Registered: Tue, Jan29 2008
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Re: Book I in mithril

Master Gerold, would you check your PM please!wink


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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#33 Fri, Jan8 2016 8:56pm

Maenas
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From: Barcelona, Spain
Registered: Thu, Mar6 2008
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Re: Book I in mithril

Precious moments!! keep them coming wink


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#34 Mon, Jan11 2016 2:59pm

Gerold
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Re: Book I in mithril

Thanks to everyone for your feedback; it keeps me going...

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