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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Tue Oct 28, 2014 9:17 pm

Gorgeous animal, congrats cheers

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Tue Oct 28, 2014 10:43 pm

Thank you for the comments, everyone! I'm glad you enjoyed seeing him.


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I love you I love Andre! I was drooling over the auction piece they had for NAN this year. Congratulations!
I'd not seen that one before - nice! The Kimberly Bleeker Phoenix in the next lot wasn't too shabby either. Mmm.. wall eyes.

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What a wonderful sculpt.
The feathering on the lower legs is amazing. The way they are windswept in the direction the hooves are moving is a very nice touch.
I, too, like that extra gesture. I'd have a mind to cut off and extend the lifted front leg and reposition it so the toe'd be flicking a tad (merely my tastes, no other reason), but then I'd have to destroy and change flow direction on all of that feather, and mess with the beautiful forearm musculature.. It just won't do, now that they're all so perfect.

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So this is how an ardenner look like! Now were talking cheers
Schleich guy could check this out... It's a gorgeous model with such a wild pose. Think his eyes are really nice. And ofc your halter makes this masterpiece look perfect! I'm sure there's one who will like him even more than I do... Where are you Carola Cool
Ah, that poor Schleich dwarf Ardennais. When I first saw it, I was instantly excited, and scrolling down, almost as instantly disappointed: the feet! What the hell is going on with the dwarf legs? Still, it could make a fair custom. I too appreciate the eyes Rose gives her horses, yes. They're all worried for some reason, but doubtless it is a noble look. Thank you for the compliment on the halter! It's just a quick thing with thick fake leather and strips of soda can, but I couldn't have Andre wait for his painting turn for years all naked.

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Wed Oct 29, 2014 1:01 am

Oh yes, the Bleeker Phoenix is lovely too. I got to sit next to her at a show recently, her finishwork is amazing!

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Wed Oct 29, 2014 3:19 pm

Congratulations Lea:)

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Wed Oct 29, 2014 8:10 pm

Congrats on your new addition !

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Wed Oct 29, 2014 9:10 pm

Absolutely stunning model, big congratulation Lea cheers

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Sat Nov 01, 2014 6:59 pm

Ooow, indeed a peek worth Wink Very much! I am familiar with that model, but I just stay away from resins, and I'd dream that Breyer gets the rights to mass produce this one in plastic Traditional sized! bounce
Amazing draft - maybe the nicest mold ever made! But need him in plastic !

Looking forward to see the paint you'll give him Very Happy bounce

Very wicked halter too cyclops (maybe the halter for my vixom - should be that - or - like that Shocked I like it a lot! what are the opportunities? Can I change mind yet bounce Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Sun Nov 02, 2014 6:03 am

Wonderful horse Lea! Wow, it's a real beauty. I look forward to seeing pictures of it painted too.
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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Sun Nov 02, 2014 9:00 am

Yes, when I had seen your addition and read "Ardennais", I thought, "wait, Schleich one looks completely different!". Then I've Googled it. And then... oh, well, right.

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Sun Nov 02, 2014 10:35 am

Thank you for the many comments! I'm afraid I won't have pictures to show you of him painted in a long while yet - he'll have to wait his turn and there are many models for me to do before him. But at least I'll have ample time to decide on the colour and perhaps practise doing it, too.

Carola, good that I didn't drag you over here for nothing. What a Face Breyer have begun "borrowing" our most liked resin sculptors for their plastics (seen the new Eberls and Minkiewicz-Breunig piece yet?), but I doubt they'll have any chance at producing this particular sculpt. It would be fun, though! I'd need to buy a bigger house. An estate. A castle. Small island.

As for the halter, sure, yours can be made like this. I'll PM you to discuss.

Fisva, oh dear - I can imagine the desolation. Laughing If only Schleich got their act together for something even half this nice. Again, I'd need a bigger house then. But surely with your skills you'll be able to improve upon the Schleich Ardennais, too? Make Andre here a little brother.

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Sun Nov 02, 2014 1:06 pm

An isle only for model horse collection - cyclops
I have seen the new Mink one - looks very neat - will be very interesting to see a Regular Run of her. I had hoped for a drafter when she was announced, but well.. Rolling Eyes The model looks very promising!
And a new half-heavy kind of mold has also been annouced for the Premier Club, sculpted by Eberl. As some say - it's a mix of Weather Girl and Cleveland Bay cyclops

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Wed Nov 05, 2014 3:59 pm

(No no, the isle would also have a wetlands nature reserve; botanical gardens; a stableful of heavy draughts and Eastern European native breeds; shacks for dissections and sculpting; a train line of its own; and a hoarde of sprightly young chaps to mind the lot for me while I putter about the grounds on a flat-shod Walker, issuing orders as I go. In fact, I may just build it once I come by my next paycheck.)

I've seen the new Eberl sculpt, yes - I just wish it were a "full heavy", not mere half. Ditto for the Mink, actually, as you say - but oh, most anything by either will be an improvement upon the current lines. We may get our heavies yet. Wink

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Wed Nov 05, 2014 8:01 pm

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(No no, the isle would also have a wetlands nature reserve; botanical gardens; a stableful of heavy draughts and Eastern European native breeds; shacks for dissections and sculpting; a train line of its own; and a hoarde of sprightly young chaps to mind the lot for me while I putter about the grounds on a flat-shod Walker, issuing orders as I go. In fact, I may just build it once I come by my next paycheck.)

That sounds just totally awesome Wink bounce Cool

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Sat Nov 29, 2014 4:15 am

Unexpected roof repairs have prevented me from making new purchases recently, but luckily, there have been trades! I've been unlawfully lucky with a few really splendid ones and a couple of early Yuletime presents - these latter on a year I'd again agreed with the few concerned that there'd be no presents on.. So that lasted long. Not that I'm complaining, though - below is why.


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Firstly, I got Anna's splendid resin gaur in an excellent trade with her. Prior to this I'd spent over a year flailing my arms, bemoaning how I'd probably never get to ordering one before the edition closed - but what do you know! The edition did indeed close, but as an unexpected trade proposition, Anna very generously offered to cast me a late copy with the caveat that it would likely be a fixer-upper. Thank you, Anna! To make things even better, she gave me full permission not only to fix whatever needed fixing, but customize my copy to my heart's content as well. Above is the result, albeit still in progress. Wouldn't go pat its muzzle just yet.


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Another little dream of some time came true when Andreas had this grand little Preiser bull sent to me from Germany. It's a vintage sculpture (although newly produced) that I've admired ever since I learned of it years ago. I never really thought I might come by a copy of my own. The figurine is only 5cm tall or so, but has wrinkling and rolls of fascia all over, matted fur, whorls and veining. The sculptor's tools have left faint traces of themselves here and there, too, which I quite enjoy. It's a very fine, organic little sculpture overall. Thank you for it, Andreas!


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Going for more vintage cattle, I arranged a silly two-man, four-computer sniping operation and managed to snap up these beauties for next to nothing on eBay. They are of course the 4th generation Lineol yak & wisent from the 1950's, both in the later colourway. Not much to say about these. They're about as nice as cattle sculpts can get, I think, true lessons in how it's done when it's done well - "composition animals" in every sense of the word. I still can't believe they're here, and as early Yule presents from my anonymous partner in crime, too (thank you humbly, second sniper).


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Continuing with that theme (not unnecessary wartime allegories, but early and hideously undeserved presents), this long-admired, long sought-after, and long Kazunari Araki Seismosaurus (=Diplodocus hallorum) from the Kabaya Dinosaurus Collection 2 came from the very courteous Blackdanter in the UK. I tried to make it feel more at home by propping it up among my exceedingly sparse fossil collection and, uh, some etched ferns (that 1880 facsimile biology book is an early Yuletime present, too! I'm being spoiled alive!), but it still looks to be cringing. Maybe it's thinking: "You can see my vertebrae through my neck but didn't think to offer more than a desert setting with pictures of plants..?"


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Among the more miscellaneous newcomers I've one more very appealing vintage-style sculpt, the old Schleich nanny goat from NightLioness (thank you, Karin!); a violently green mystery iguana that played travel companion to the goat; and like them, from the Netherlands though from a different sender, an Epoch golden eagle that flew here with the gaur (thank you Anna!). Playing the eagle's perching-branch is the 2010 Papo gift pack thoroughbred mare, a flea market find headed for the butcher's. It's a crude, inexact sculpt I find nevertheless inexplicably appealing. In the future it'll become a historical hack in hunting tack, and hopefully a smidge more accurate. The [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] I made myself to keep them a bit more clothed pending repainting.

In the middle there is a curious gift from Blackdanter - a mystery tiger shark gashapon, presumably created as a prototype for a Japanese aquarium or another, but never released. The company that created the figurine would appear to have gone out of business since. Perhaps we'll never know the story behind these little figurines. The sign behind the shark reads, humorously, "ANOTHER AQUARIUM". Thank you for it and the Araki Seismo, Blackdanter!


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Some more Japanese fish. From left to right, they're the Takara Tomy A.R.T.S Encyclopedia Mystery Deep Sea Fish Collection Macropinna microstoma; Bandai DG Digital Grade Tropical Aquarium Fish set Sterba's corydoras (Corydoras sterbai); in the background a Yujin Freshwater Fish in Colour series pt. 1 rosy bitterling a.k.a. Tairiku baratanago (Rhodeus ocellatus ocellatus); before it a Kaiyodo Choco Q Animatales - Pets series 5 145-P69A saddled bichir (Polypterus endlicheri endlicheri); and rightmost the armored, extinct UHA Kaiyodo Dinotales series 3 Hemicyclaspis 059. Thank you kindly to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] from eBay for the fish - he proved once again a stellar seller and greatly helped me in getting these.

And as a bonus, a closer look at what's happening behind the fish: In the tank Riccia pearls, Lemna float and 2-millimeter Planorbella neverendingly eat, eat, eat; while outside it Soleirolia tendrils and thrives, probably plotting to eventually overtake my sculpting space.
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I can confirm that having to do roof renovations in pitch black late Autumn rain no longer bothers me at all. Thank you for the lovely trades and figurines, everyone - I'm left quite humbled how many, gorgeous and undeserved they have been.

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Sat Nov 29, 2014 8:25 am

Very very wonderful newcomers Lea, and nice to see the bull arrived you safetly:)

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Sat Nov 29, 2014 1:45 pm

I love reading your updates Lea cheers cheers Once again, big congrats!

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Sat Nov 29, 2014 5:55 pm

WOW Nice additions Lea sunny sunny sunny sunny

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Sat Nov 29, 2014 7:16 pm

So much great great new things! cheers Anna's gaur resin looks fantastic..! wow. Of course all the old stuff hits me. The Lineol guys specially and this brown small bull.. Being so small he's very good!
Congrats Lea sunny

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Sat Nov 29, 2014 7:47 pm

very nice new acquisitions. and i love the detailed description of each item.
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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Sun Nov 30, 2014 1:02 pm

Very beautiful newcomers Lea!! I love the new look of gaur and can't wait to see him painted! Very Happy
Lineols are wonderful, great that you were able to get them for not too expensive price. cheers These two are among my favourites Lineols too! sunny And the Preiser bull is fantastic too!!!
I'm glad you like the eagle too and I think the Papo thoroughbred horse in one of the nicest Papo horses Very Happy He looks good in a green halter too Very Happy
I like the dino photo and congratulations for getting the figure of Macropinna microstoma, I think one of the weirdest fish in the world, very fascinating creature!!! cheers Sometimes I regret that I don't collect fish Laughing
Big congrats!!!! cheers

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Sun Nov 30, 2014 2:02 pm

Your stories, your information, your photo's and of course your new additions! What a joy to read everything and seeing the Nanny goat and her scaly friend warm and cozy inside your house Very Happy A big congrats on all your new additions cheers cheers sunny

Oh and I hope the roof will soon be fixed! bounce

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Sun Nov 30, 2014 2:16 pm

In this update I can see absolutly superb figures, mainly these Lineol, I am myself a huge enthusiast of these figures, I have only that yak but I feel very glad owning it. I see you're performing an exciting work with Ana's gaur that is another magnficient piece. I also love Epoch eagle and many others. Many congratulations and thanks again for your additional descritive information, it is very pleasant of reading. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Sun Nov 30, 2014 9:04 pm

Wow, what drool worthy figures... Enormous congrats on all of those gems there! cheers

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Mon Dec 01, 2014 3:14 pm

Congrats on your new additions ! Your little tanks are especially appealing too !

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PostSubject: Re: Koniminiatures' recent acquisitions   Wed Dec 03, 2014 10:23 pm

Thank you, everyone, for your comments! I know it's a very positive forum, this one, but being every now and then at the singly receiving end of everyone's furious positivity always feels a bit absurd. In a good if befuddled way, of course - but there's always a tiny scandalized man in my head shouting "What are you doing it's the internet! You're not supposed to praise anything!" Still, I'm not sorry you do, of course.  Cool  

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Many congratulations and thanks again for your additional descritive information, it is very pleasant of reading. Very Happy

Thank you! I'm glad I didn't bore you with all the blather. It'll happen, though, just you wait..

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Very beautiful newcomers Lea!! I love the new look of gaur and can't wait to see him painted! Very Happy
Lineols are wonderful, great that you were able to get them for not too expensive price. cheers These two are among my favourites Lineols too! sunny And the Preiser bull is fantastic too!!!

Thank you! I'm glad you approve of the gaur. I don't often complete resculpts this fast, but with the gaur there was so little to try and "fix" - only recoat to smooth the surface - that it's progressed quite fast. I hope to be able to begin painting it in the next few months, as commissions allow. Many thanks for it and the eagle!
Those Lineols are among my favourite oldies, too - the yak being probably my most adored vintage sculpt of all - so I'm very pleased to have got them, yes. The Preiser is a very carefully made sculpt, too; I quite recommend it (and its many cow companions, if the quality of the bull is anything to go by).

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I like the dino photo and congratulations for getting the figure of Macropinna microstoma, I think one of the weirdest fish in the world, very fascinating creature!!! cheers Sometimes I regret that I don't collect fish Laughing
Big congrats!!!! cheers
M. microstoma there is indeed a peculiar one - I'm chuffed there has been a model of it made, and that I was finally able to find it. Here's a brief video of the real animal for those of you who've not yet seen it, taken by researchers from the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute in 2009:


The head of the small fish is transparent and filled with fluid. Inside it are two tubular green eyes which the fish can point either ahead or upwards. Now, I'd like to have that. Maybe with a bit more durability, but yeah.. Could covertly birdwatch while biking. Dazzle folks with my rotating, green, flipping long eyeballs. Look at my massive brain(case..) in the mirror. I'd be a hit at the clubs, I would.

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Your stories, your information, your photo's and of course your new additions! What a joy to read everything and seeing the Nanny goat and her scaly friend warm and cozy inside your house Very Happy A big congrats on all your new additions cheers cheers sunny

Oh and I hope the roof will soon be fixed! bounce
Thank you, Karin! That goat from you is another vintage-style treasure I shall need to find a shelf before my sculpting space for so I can look to it for a reminder of how stylization is done with some subtlety and grace. Thank you for sending her & the mystery iguana! Thanks also for the well-wishes on the roof - I'm sure I'll get to the end of that project sometime before, say, spring.

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Congrats on your new additions ! Your little tanks are especially appealing too !
Thank you! The snails, I'm sure, would appreciate your appreciation if they could comprehend the concept; they came to me from a life of being 'eww'ed at and squashed as a pest in a shop aquarium. Happily, I don't think they understood that reception either.

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