Monday, 11 November 2013

Roman Town (3)

Now with the addition of a small slave market and a reconstructed temple
The slave market.
With "participants!
The temple, built a couple of years ago,  has had it´s roof re-constructed (the new Roof is also removable) one pillar removed from the front and two other pillars re-positioned, statues added,(Atlantic Gladiators and christians set and Revell´s Praetorians set)  an internal wall added, flooring and some wall decorations.


Statues made from dowling, bit´s of  Insulation foam and bods from the Atlantic Gladiators and christians set.
Upper class house, admin building and a grain store in Progress.......as soon as I can get some more rolls of bisuits :-D


18 comments:

  1. Mais c'est la fresque de Herculanum...Très belle réalisation. On attend la suite avec impatience. Comment as tu fait les tuiles?

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  2. Merci :-D
    les tuiles sont faites de papier biscuit
    http://www.testschmecker.de/cms/wp-content/uploads/doppelkekse1.jpg

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  3. Really nice! The temple is excellent.

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  4. Thats what happens when history meets a talented modeller.
    Terrific work Herr Paul! :-)

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  5. Great realization , and great work Paul .
    Cheers .

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  6. The temple is simply amazing Paul!

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  7. You are having lots of fun! Really interesting and well modeled scenes.

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  8. Incredible work. So impressed by the detail.

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  9. so very cool! love the mosaic courtyard

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  10. Impressionnant et de toute beauté, bravo!
    Ludiquement

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  11. *gosh* The slave market is superb but the temple is absolutely amazing! When I can grap up my jaw from the floor I'll go to bed crying.

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  12. Fantastic temple. I love the interior and the statues.

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  13. Excellent additions to your town Paul! And great idea about the statues!

    Greetings
    Peter

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  14. Fantastic work, Paul. The mosaic floor looks wonderful.

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  15. Paul the figures and buildings are lively and make this long past era long "every day" even is this scale.

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