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Wonderful website, Ivan.  I've bookmarked it and will go back to spend more time.  

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Hello everybody,

 
If you have the possibility to go to Kressbronn, check out the models! It is worth it .. You have hardly seen anything like that. High quality model building. Thank you Ivan, for giving us the opportunity to admire your works of art.
 
Greeting Karlheinz
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Von der ursprünglichen Illustration zu ausgeführt Schnitzereien, ist es sehr einfach, wenn man weiß, was man tut.

Für das Schnitzen ich nur "Buchsbaum" zu verwenden, in diesem Fall ist die Platte 12 mm dick.

 

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Here is the translation from the text above:

From original illustration to executed carvings, it is very easy if one knows what one is doing.

For the carving I use only "Buchsbaum", in this case the board is 12 mm thick.

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Am 28.12.2017 um 1:44 Uhr sagte merchen:

 

The work was done in the foreground, the picture shows the rear figure and the Sensemann with his tool, the scythe and the hourglass. I allowed myself the fun, turned the scythe and in the hourglass I attached a nail. On the way to pick me up, he gets panic because the tool is out of order and he then turns around.

 

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You are a true artist, Merchen.   What I've seen would rival any carvings in any museum, ship museum or otherwise.

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