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#101 Mon, Mar30 2015 10:22pm

Thingol
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Hm.... what more can I say after I seen those pictures and your movie dear Severine... little charming village full of peaceful bright colors... peaceful atmosphere... and what more....I would like to live in such a peaceful countryside.

I wonder if I'm missing something here.... competition in coloring Tabletop world villages.....


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

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#102 Mon, Mar30 2015 10:26pm

Thingol
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Milo wrote:

I like the women with chicken afterall. lol

Indeed here looks like a figure I'll could buy soon ;-) I hope in our beloved factory will soon give us an adequate discount for such figure... (not relevant comment for everyone's preferences)


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

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#103 Thu, Apr2 2015 6:27pm

sevlag
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Re: My work by Sevlag

If you want to vote for my diorama big_smile, here is the direct link to the photos in my name: Séverine Lagarde. Thank you in advance for your support. Thank you everybody big_smilewink

https://www.facebook.com/tabletopworld/ … mp;theater

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#104 Thu, Apr2 2015 10:44pm

Gildor Inglorion
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Re: My work by Sevlag

mmhh should we juste "like" your pics or is there a way to actually vote?


"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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#105 Fri, Apr3 2015 8:48am

Mornedhel
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Re: My work by Sevlag

a lot of nice choices to "like"


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#106 Fri, Apr3 2015 10:54am

ddaines
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Gildor Inglorion wrote:

mmhh should we juste "like" your pics or is there a way to actually vote?

I think the owners of TTW make the decision on best entry, viewers can 'Like' an entry and there is a prize for the most likes received.

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#107 Fri, Apr3 2015 11:06am

Milo
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Thanks for the link. There are different kind of artworks, some are reallly impressive !
I wonder if best painter of best dioramas maker will get the winning prize at the end.
I have my favourites for podium

Good luck to both of you wink

Last edited by Milo (Fri, Apr3 2015 11:06am)


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#108 Fri, Apr3 2015 11:16am

sevlag
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Thank you Milo.
David will going to win big_smile and for myself I'll just hope to be on the podium wink but for now I'm 5th. There's a lot of beautiful dioramas, the competition is hard, and I like some of them.
Congratulations for David for his wonderful work big_smile
A MMP's winner will be great:D

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#109 Fri, Apr3 2015 2:01pm

ddaines
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Don't forget competitions are judged on many factors, some modelling shows I have attended have yielded some strange results smile - I have seen entries that I would have voted for not even get a placing. Judges sometimes look for different things than we modellers.

If we can both finish in the top three I think we should have something to celebrate in The Pony wink.

Anyway, wishing you well Mistress Sevlag smile.

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#110 Fri, Apr3 2015 8:14pm

Thingol
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Both of you deserves prize... David's work is remarkable, and Sevleg's work is nice and charming... this is my modest oppinion... I looked on all work on this facebook site, and there are also few very nice painted models, but not as diorama... I like one wind mill covered with snow... how can we vote for your works... how we can vote for both of you... by pushing a "like" button ;-)


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

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#111 Sun, Apr12 2015 8:36pm

ddaines
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Congratulations Sevlag, we didn't win the main prizes, but at least you managed to get in 'the frame' for the most Likes wink big_smile.

Some beautiful work on display smile.

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#112 Wed, Apr15 2015 10:28pm

Thingol
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Congratulations to both of you dear friends... both of you maded magnificent dioramas... yours talents are the best prizes you were alredy won...

...many years ago


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

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#113 Thu, Apr16 2015 10:12am

Milo
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Re: My work by Sevlag

I am quite disapointed by the winner which, even if great artwork only address the mill....

To me both of you deserve applauses for all the magnificent work done.


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#114 Thu, Apr16 2015 9:42pm

ddaines
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Thank you wink, in fact I am a 'winner' because without the incentive of the competition I would never have finished that damn diorama which was conceived long before the competition announcement lol.

That said, the works of the winners were wonderful miniature scenes smile

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#115 Sat, Apr18 2015 9:06am

sevlag
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Thank you dear friends big_smile
It's true that I'm a little disappointed by the choice of Tabletop, but I didn't make this diorama for the competition and I managed to do what I had in mind, although for the contest I've not had time to finish it completely and put all the figures.
What I'm proud is the realization of the river: I followed the advice you had given to me David, a long time ago, and for a first realization I'm glad that it makes.

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#116 Sat, Apr18 2015 12:11pm

ddaines
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Re: My work by Sevlag

sevlag wrote:

Thank you dear friends big_smile
It's true that I'm a little disappointed by the choice of Tabletop, but I didn't make this diorama for the competition and I managed to do what I had in mind, although for the contest I've not had time to finish it completely and put all the figures.
What I'm proud is the realization of the river: I followed the advice you had given to me David, a long time ago, and for a first realization I'm glad that it makes.

It worked very well wink it does look very effective.

We now both have to finish these scenes properly big_smile.

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#117 Mon, Apr20 2015 11:22am

Maenas
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Congratulations to both of you, for having "the nuts" to end such enormous projects, maintaining the interest and to keep them "growing" during an overextended period of time. It must have been a difficult thing to do.

Oh!, And I am too a bit disappointed for the election of the winner, although it is a great work other ones with maybe ten times the hours of work behind, should have won.


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#118 Sat, May30 2015 11:07am

sevlag
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Re: My work by Sevlag

I found an interesting product to create a diorama base, you can support it here:

(https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/20 … evolutions)

in addition, it is working with a website which I know well and whose products are of best quality. (http://www.thomarillion.de/index.php?se … prache=gb_)

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#119 Mon, Jun8 2015 8:49pm

Milo
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Thanks for the link mistress. This is interresting stuff. wink


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#120 Mon, Jun15 2015 9:19am

sevlag
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Re: My work by Sevlag

To my French friends who would buy the latest creation of Tabletop World: the stone bridge, click on this link. This French website offers their products with shipping included and a 10% reduction: making the stone bridge at 112 € instead of 150 € if you order directly from Tabletop World website :

http://decorsminiatures.fr/product.php?id_product=5002

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#121 Sun, Jan10 2016 8:32am

sevlag
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Hello guys,
I found a new website : HobbyZone is a company from Poland that offers you useful items which enable you to improve your working conditions and keep the work space clean and tidy.
You can find it here :
http://www.hobbyzone.pl/en/

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#122 Sun, Jan10 2016 8:28pm

ddaines
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Re: My work by Sevlag

Thank you for that Sevreine, I have a bad habit of using something and only putting it back months later wink lol

I have seen similar items over here in the UK that hold paint bottles, but are very expensive and could quite easily be replicated at a fraction of the cost (but as I have yet to do so it may explain why these companies do produce this stuff).

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#123 Sun, Jan10 2016 8:38pm

erchamion
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From: Granada, Spain
Registered: Tue, Apr1 2008
Posts: 795

Re: My work by Sevlag

Click to close
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I bought a couple of years ago these two kit.
I have to say that the store is reliable and high quality products wink

And the zloty-euro exchange rate is quite interesting. However, to offset the shipping costs you should make a "large" order (in my case I got together with some club´s friends  to order) big_smile

Last edited by erchamion (Sun, Jan10 2016 8:39pm)


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