Tuesday, 12 July 2011

Lord Hugh Jarse´s Castle

Every thing, railings flooring, gates etc..made from Underlay 
From this;
to this;

29 comments:

  1. Very, very nice. Mŷ regards to Mr Jarse.

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  2. A bit small for "Lord HUGH" isn't it Paul :-D

    Great work. You're a real artist ;-)

    Greetings
    Peter
    http://peterscave.blogspot.com/

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  3. Awesome!!! It´s graeat Paul!

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  4. Fantastic! This is the foam underlay used to install wood flooring?

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  5. Luvvely Jublly! - clever chap!

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  6. Now I like the look of that!!! That is very, very nice!!

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  7. Outstanding work Paul, just brilliant!!

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  8. Wow. Wow, so good. I like the detail of the striped shutters.

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  9. Ooh-er, thats a big 'un my Lord! What HUGE ramparts you have!

    Truly an impressive model Paul, and the fact that you hand carved it from underlay just blows me away

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  10. Hmm, underlay, but doesn't that mean I have to buy and lay the flooring I've been delaying for quite a while!

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  11. Well that just turned out great!!

    Christopher

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  12. What is "underlay" in "American?" Beautiful model!

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  13. Underlay is what eSpeedy Gonazalez used to say, ARRRRRRRRRRiBa, Yjah, Underlay!

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  14. Magnificent work Paul!
    Paul the builder!!!!
    WOW!
    T.

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  15. Wow great work Paul. I am totally in awe.

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  16. Fantastic Paul. very impressed.

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  17. that looks great! I'll have to hunt up some of this underlay material.

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  18. Thanks!! :-D
    I´m happy that you all like it :-D
    Cheers
    paul

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  19. Just seen your post on GWP3 and had to congratulate you again on this, its fantastic, well done!!!
    I also laughed my arse off at Meckelnborg's comment!

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  20. Outstanding. This has to be one of the most impressive pieces I've seen.

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  21. AWESOME!!! How did you go about painting it? Do you have a tutorial on your method?

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