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 Posted: Sun Jan 15th, 2017 03:24 am
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Hi Martin,
Please fool around some more - I can never get enough "Mara Harbor"  :bg:



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 Posted: Fri Apr 6th, 2018 04:53 am
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Long time no see, busy with the business, some troubles in personal life. My dad passed away lately.
So to get a grip I started modeling a bit more and wil try to do so at least an hour a day..









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Hi Martin.



Sorry to hear the news about your Dad.

People are always missed ... But life goes on.

My Dad would think that modeling must go on & good memories we will always have.



Mara Harbor is looking real nice as usual Martin.

You had some great layouts at the show this year as well ...

... I felt like I had 'almost' visited, thanks to Alwins cool photos he took there.



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 Posted: Wed Apr 11th, 2018 04:17 am
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Thanks Si, sorry to say it was the last show the team and I organized, although it goes on for another edition the museum ditched us...

Slow progress on Mara Harbor, want it completely finished before I do 2 shows at the end of the year I hope. My goal is to get it finished before the 9th Grote Modelspoor Expo in Belgium in October and take it to Walferdange, Luxembourg in November. Also a good test to see what I can do with the new products for Q2. Sorry for the fast iPhone shots.









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Martin,
More amazing model work.
I'm very to sorry to hear about the passing of your father, though.



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Thanks Lee !
In the tree building mood, had a couple of birch armatures to be finished. Wire frames, wood filler for bark, painted with a couple of colors. Foliage different style for me, I normally use a static machine but I still had some old style Silflor H0 scale birch summer. No backdrop yet, the one I use at shows doesn't fit in the attic.













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Very nice detail Martin,it gives me a lot of ideas and inspiration.You do some great modeling........Peter.



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Your work inspires me as well. It all looks so natural ... the coils of rope look like they were just dropped where they are, and all the cobble stones ... are they all hand made/laid?

Excellent work.

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Sometimes I think those of us "blessed" with lots of space miss out on the joys of these small layouts.

The detail here is amazing.  

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