Here are a couple of photos of the Italian buildings I built around the year 2000.
I wonder if you might put a follower thingie at the side to allow us to follow you easily?I look forward to seeing more of these fabulous buildings.
John,Admired your buildings for a long time and yes like the others get Phil to add a ‘follow’ link please.
Looks great, no doubt...ANd yes, a follow link is a good idea!
Thanks guys, and yes I will be trying to set up a follower thing very shortly, as well as posting a lot more content.
Very much looking forward to seeing your wonderful work again on the blog John. This will be a great pleasure.
Lovely work and I hope this is the start of many years of regular blogging for you John!
I am very glad to see this blog started. Hoping for a lot of wonderful inspiring photos.Richard
John really looking forward to regularly seeing updates of this blog. Do not think I havre seen the fortified Swiss model before it’s lovely. As a keen but very amateurish building modeller myself I cannot wait to read more about how you create these wonderful models. Good luck with this endeavour .
As all the above I'm looking forward to seeing more modelling inspiration
These are beautiful, John. They add so much to a wargame or demonstration. I look forward to the tutorials.
Beautiful models, John.
Thanks for so many kind comments, everyone. I have at least kept to my target of a post every single day so far. That'll never last! Tutorials as such remain in the future, although there's quite a bit of information on materials and methods within the individual posts, for those who are interested.
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Now then John, Nick Whiteley, the guy from near Hull. Those Italian buildings were wonderful, a bit harsh on the moulds but worth it. I enjoyed spending the day with you, what was that, nearly 30 years ago now, it was pre 2000 as i was mould making and casting from my little 8x10ft shed, you must have left a lasting impression... hope you're keeping ok, wouldn't mind a catch up at some point.