Really great use of styro, very fairytale like, love it!
That is truely wonderful Paul.
Tis a thing of beauty!
Very well done Paul!
This looks great. I just showed this to my daughter. Mistake! If you're on the fence about a 'how-to' post on this beauty, I've got one eight year old vote here in the "please do it" category.
You do have amazing talent.
Very pretty. I like how only the hair can be seen. It's mysterious. Or maybe she's just getting the place ready before a prince arrives.
Thanks for the mention, I really appreciate it ^^ Also, I have a blog in Hungarian, though I just keep feeling I don't have enough material (nor the time, sadly) to maintain a secluded one about miniatures. Just started searching around some inspiration for the future, that's the way I ran into these eye-candies of yours.Something not-so offtopic: that tower looks nice enough :)
Thanks :-D@Andrew...Just start one...your material will come and I´m sure a lot of other bloggers will support you in your efforts...your lego ships for example are excellent, very original. You don´t have to post a lot to be one of the crazy world of modelling :-DCheerspaul
well done paul,your daughter must be well pleased I look up your figures every day,I love the medieval figures,great.
What a wonderful piece of architecture, amazing.
Great work Paul I bet there is one thrilled little girl in your household.
Very great work !!!! Fantastic look !!!
Thanks all :-DIt looks a lot better in real life...the pics seem to make it look a bit fat :-/Cheerspaul
I can imagen that your daughter is very pleased with it Paul. It's a piece of art!GreetingsPeterhttp://peterscave.blogspot.com/