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#26 Mon, Mar2 2020 8:52pm

hsf62
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Re: Project TMM 2020

Nice, I like this old prject! wink


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#27 Tue, Mar3 2020 9:38am

Thingol
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Re: Project TMM 2020

Very nice...


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#28 Tue, Mar3 2020 12:16pm

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Re: Project TMM 2020

Great hobbit hole ! :-)


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#29 Tue, Mar3 2020 4:21pm

Fabrice JACOB
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Re: Project TMM 2020

Thank you. Glad you like it. It was a great project that required quite a bit of time for painting. The number of characters involved in the production is quite substantial. Today, I don't think I can, for lack of time and motivation, make such a skit. But an idea comes to me, why not make one with the different talents of each other (painters, model makers ...) on this forum? What do you think ? If you are ready, you will have to define a scene from the "lord of the rings" or "Bilbo" and define a small specification with who does what ...

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#30 Tue, Mar3 2020 10:45pm

hsf62
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Re: Project TMM 2020

Very tempting Master Fabrice JACOB. The problem being... I'm not a painter nor a model maker...


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#31 Tue, Mar3 2020 11:28pm

ddaines
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Re: Project TMM 2020

Wonderful work wink

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#32 Wed, Mar4 2020 6:04pm

Fabrice JACOB
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Re: Project TMM 2020

From hsf62 "Very tempting Master Fabrice JACOB. The problem being... I'm not a painter nor a model maker..."

if you want to color a figurine, don't hesitate, I'm your painter  smile !

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#33 Wed, Mar4 2020 6:07pm

Fabrice JACOB
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Re: Project TMM 2020

Dear hsf62, are you a pure collector ?
Have you managed to put all your figurines in a display case or do you keep them in their original blister ?
It seems that many of you are mostly pure collectors, isn't it ?

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#34 Wed, Mar4 2020 10:16pm

Sam Wise
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Re: Project TMM 2020

hsf62 wrote:

Very tempting Master Fabrice JACOB. The problem being... I'm not a painter nor a model maker...

The problem being for me is that when I see such works (painting etc...), Master Holger and Master Fabrice, I feel like I'm also not a painter and nor a modeller... tongue

Of course, Fabrice it's a compliment for your 5* work ! smile

And also, it's a good idea trying to do a "community work" !
I've, some years ago, painted figures (1/72 scale) for a friend who is an experimented dioramas maker.
Now he paints his figures alone ! wink
But it was fine to see my figures in his diorama ! cool

Sam (Pascal )


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#35 Wed, Mar4 2020 11:56pm

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Re: Project TMM 2020

I'm mostly a converter and recaster . (Mastercaster wink ) http://mmp.faerylands.eu/uploads/6_m16cca1.jpg

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#36 Thu, Mar5 2020 12:20am

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hsf62 wrote:

I'm mostly a converter and recaster . (Mastercaster wink ) http://mmp.faerylands.eu/uploads/6_m16cca1.jpg

Excellent of course! Beautiful figure ! smile
Who is she ? (I suppose Eowin but not sure ... ) and I don't recognise the original figure ...
And so you don't paint , Master Caster ? ...  what a pity ... sad


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#37 Thu, Mar5 2020 6:46am

hsf62
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Re: Project TMM 2020

Not any more. The original figure was a M16 aswell as the following. http://mmp.faerylands.eu/uploads/6_hsf62_02.jpg

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#38 Thu, Mar5 2020 10:01am

Milo
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Re: Project TMM 2020

Fabrice JACOB wrote:

Dear hsf62, are you a pure collector ?
Have you managed to put all your figurines in a display case or do you keep them in their original blister ?
It seems that many of you are mostly pure collectors, isn't it ?

On my side, my bigger pleasure remains to paint minis and build little dioramas.
I make Middle Earth dioramas with mithrils exclusively, this since 1988.

But, I am slow painter, and with real life, lack on time becomes the ennemy. My dream is to have all my minis painted and in tiny scenes.

When I came back on mithrils 10 years ago I became also a "furious" collector and I have even more pleasure finding treasures and helping others filling holes..

Well, This is what I would call a strong mithril addict isn't it ? roll


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#39 Thu, Mar5 2020 10:38am

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Re: Project TMM 2020

Master Holger : your re-casted M16 are absolutely beautiful ! I like both ...
and I'm impressed also with the fact that you used 2 very rare figures for doing those master-works !mad

Master Milo, being a "furious" collector is a sort of religion, isn't it ? 
I've chosen to stop and sell the big part of mine, Mithril and other stuff (mainly 1/72).
I needed place and also, I realized that I never  could paint them all... sad
But nevertheless, I realize too that I would like to have some figures in double: one painted and one unpainted,
especially the Hobbits... so I continue the hunt for some of them. tongue


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#40 Thu, Mar5 2020 12:43pm

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Re: Project TMM 2020

Thank you Master Sam. I'm sure you will like the following conversion aswell. http://mmp.faerylands.eu/uploads/6_m16c1.jpg This figure was painted by Master Thingol.

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#41 Thu, Mar5 2020 2:04pm

Sam Wise
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Re: Project TMM 2020

hsf62 wrote:

Thank you Master Sam. I'm sure you will like the following conversion aswell. http://mmp.faerylands.eu/uploads/6_m16c1.jpg This figure was painted by Master Thingol.

Seen her too ! The Gallery is full of treasures ! Perfect for an "honest thief" ...
I suppose that you have casted some of this M16 and some others for your personal use* (I mean *conversions of course... ) but I don't want to be intrusive ... neutral


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#42 Thu, Mar5 2020 2:05pm

Fabrice JACOB
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Re: Project TMM 2020

Hi everybody,

I have never converted a Mithril and I am very happy to be able to admire your respective works. Each of us has a talent that he tries to exploit to the best.

Milo: Do ​​you plan to come to Nantes for the TMM ?

Sam Wise: I have very many doubles or triples in my possession, having inherited the Jacques collection, if I can make you happy ...

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#43 Thu, Mar5 2020 2:48pm

hsf62
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Re: Project TMM 2020

Yes Master Sam, I have casted different figures not to run out of bodies nor limbs for conversions. cool


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#44 Thu, Mar5 2020 3:38pm

Sam Wise
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Re: Project TMM 2020

Fabrice JACOB wrote:

Hi everybody,

I have never converted a Mithril and I am very happy to be able to admire your respective works. Each of us has a talent that he tries to exploit to the best.

Sam Wise: I have very many doubles or triples in my possession, having inherited the Jacques collection, if I can make you happy ...

Well ... thanks but for the talent, I think that I'm far from many "casters" and painters !
But what's important for me is to have fun !

Thanks also for the proposition !
In fact, it's a short list of figures that I would like to have in double : one painted and one unpainted  ( mostly hobbits ).
I will see exactly what is missing ...
For sure M61, M348 M356 M445 (I've one painted but I'm in love with this figure ! she's becoming very rare !) ....
I will buy  new ones on the webshop.. (MS608 & MZ624 )


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#45 Fri, Mar6 2020 10:01am

Milo
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Re: Project TMM 2020

Fabrice JACOB wrote:

Hi everybody,

Milo: Do ​​you plan to come to Nantes for the TMM ?

Yes, I will come. I did not booked hotel yet


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#46 Fri, Mar6 2020 11:00am

Thingol
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Re: Project TMM 2020

Nice topic.... I feel happiness again... MMP become more active recently :-)


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

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#47 Fri, Mar6 2020 4:20pm

Fabrice JACOB
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Re: Project TMM 2020

Cause Spring is coming cool

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#48 Fri, Mar6 2020 4:21pm

Fabrice JACOB
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Re: Project TMM 2020

Milo : Yes, I will come. I did not booked hotel yet

Great new big_smile

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#49 Fri, Mar6 2020 5:33pm

Thingol
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Re: Project TMM 2020

It will be great to make one short photo reportage from TMM 2020 event !


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#50 Fri, Mar6 2020 6:01pm

Fabrice JACOB
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Re: Project TMM 2020

DearThingol,
Don't worry !
No problem, It will be done ! Too bad the flight prices are still so excessive at this time. I would have met you with great pleasure.

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