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Two Stone Castles – Part 2.

Two Stone Castles – Part 2.

This is a continuation of my previous blog ‘Two Stone Castles – Part 1‘. MiniArt’s Medieval Castle Kit No. 72005, Scale 1:72 is similar in fabrication and assembly as to Kit No. 72004 (Kit No. 72005 is shown above). Architectural Plan Change! I mentioned in Part 1. that I did […]

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You Can’t Rush Scale Modeling

You Can’t Rush Scale Modeling

Sitting On A Shelf: Usually I work on several scale models/dioramas at once. An unfinished model can sit on a shelf for quite a while, before I say “time to finish this one”; or “good, I’ve found the perfect figures or model base.” Sometimes I think it’s done, but letting […]

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Neuschwanstein Castle Report 5.

Neuschwanstein Castle Report 5.

My Neuschwanstein Castle Model by Doyusha Final Progress Report No.5 – 99% Finished: (continued from http://murraybreen.com/2010/03/28/surf-neuschwanstein-castle-report-4/)   Dimensions: 26″ long x 13″ wide x 16″ high The decorative moulding has been Solid Stained in a Red-Burgundy color. Later when dried I will wipe a Medium Green Acrylic into the groove of […]

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Neuschwanstein Castle Report 3.

Neuschwanstein Castle Report 3.

My Neuschwanstein Castle Model by Doyusha – Progress Report No.3: (continued from Surf – Neuschwanstein Castle) (continued from Surf – Neuschwanstein Castle Report 1.) (continued from Surf – Neuschwanstein Castle Reort 2.) Castle Foundation: Before starting to paint and assemble the castle building parts shown above and below, I hand-detailed/textured, […]

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Neuschwanstein Castle Report 2.

Neuschwanstein Castle Report 2.

My Neuschwanstein Castle Model by Doyusha – Progress Report No.2: (continued from Surf – Design Planet Blurp No.81) Mountain Rock Detailing: After gluing on the Styrofoam rock additions and smoothing out the Styrofoam’s natural bubble look with some Acrylic Modeling Paste, as shown in my Blog No.81, I then painted […]

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A Little Castle – Part 4.

A Little Castle – Part 4.

Little Medieval Castle – Continuation from A Little Castle – Part 1.,2. & 3.: Well today was spent sitting quietly at my worktable, where I added a few more finishing details to this little castle mentioned in a couple recent blogs. I went yesterday for day surgery to remove and […]

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A Little Castle – Part 3.

A Little Castle – Part 3.

Little Medieval Castle continued – adding Peasant Market Stalls and Rooms: A few years ago my father-in-law gave me a full box of Balsa Wood strips that he found for a couple of dollars at a garage sale. Even though I don’t build wooden airplanes, these strips are very handy for […]

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A Little Castle – Part 2.

A Little Castle – Part 2.

Little Medieval Castle continued, – Finishing and Painting : After the medium Grey base coat was hand brushed over the complete model and dried (mentioned in Blurp No.30), I chose a limited acrylic color palette of Payne’s Grey, Burnt Umber, Taupe and White, along with some Acrylic Matte Medium. I […]

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A Little Castle – Part 1.

A Little Castle – Part 1.

Space to Create: It is great to have a room to work on my models and paintings once more (mentioned in Blurp No.30). It has taken a whole month, between looking after our two Lab puppies, to unpack my models, supplies and get them arranged …where I can find what […]

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Medieval Castles

Medieval Castles

Patience and Making Priority Time: Creating three dimensional art and modeling takes a lot of patience and time. I also try to write two or three blurps a month about my modeling efforts as they progress along. Even when working on several models at once, they do not come together […]

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