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In response to: Droids, part 1

Comment from: Bill [Visitor]
The way that you instantly move between the historic and the futuristic, you are the "Dr. Who of miniatures"! Of course you are going to "update a few of the features"... this just wouldn't be an Otterine project if it wasn't far better than the kit. Everything that you do is amazing and delightful.
01/23/20 @ 19:38

In response to: Paint Nite, in miniature - 2

Comment from: marilyn [Visitor]  
I would have loved to see your teacher's face Brilliant. Next time pottery.....
01/22/20 @ 17:31

In response to: Droids, part 1

Comment from: marilyn [Visitor]  
That's the sort of kit I would need to creep up on in hopes it is simpler than it looks. Lots of luck, keep us posted.
01/22/20 @ 17:07

In response to: Paint Nite, in miniature - 2

Comment from: Sheila [Visitor]
It's really gorgeous. I'll have to give it a try!
01/21/20 @ 21:04

In response to: Paint Nite, in miniature - 2

Comment from: Jackie [Visitor]
I’m going to have to try this next time I go to a Paint Nite! Love this so much!
01/21/20 @ 17:20

In response to: Droids, part 1

Comment from: Sheila Lester [Visitor]
Can't wait to see how this goes. You always do awesome with plastic models.
01/18/20 @ 22:42

In response to: Droids, part 1

Comment from: Debora L. [Visitor]
I can’t wait to see how you build these!
01/18/20 @ 16:30

In response to: Droids, part 1

Comment from: ann [Visitor]
So many parts, but I know that you get them sorted out.
01/18/20 @ 01:00

In response to: Ivy Hollow - screen door, part 8

Comment from: betsy rogers [Visitor]
So Many Amazing and Fantastic details in this build! I don't know where to begin! I think the water drop on the pump has got to be one of my favorites! I don't know how you manage to get so much done so well and so quickly! Bravo for an awesome project! :)
01/09/20 @ 00:41

In response to: Ivy Hollow - screen door, part 8

Comment from: marilyn [Visitor]
Just fabulous - gorgeous construction and a beautiful finish. They will be glad of that door in summer.
01/08/20 @ 14:02

In response to: Mail Wagon - part 14

Comment from: marilyn [Visitor]
Much better than tyres. Probably around that time and on country roads wagon wheels had metal rims. Do so love your work and your talent for sourcing the perfect solution to your vision
01/08/20 @ 14:01

In response to: Happy New Year 2020!

Comment from: marilyn [Visitor]
I think it is far too posh for the post office; it really is very, very beautiful. How about a rag rug in there?
01/08/20 @ 13:57

In response to: Mail Wagon - part 13

Comment from: marilyn [Visitor]
Just fabulous - what lovely colours
01/08/20 @ 13:41

In response to: Ivy Hollow - landscaping, part 2

Comment from: Kamelia [Visitor]
I love your attention to every little detail. That's what makes your works absolutely amazing.
01/07/20 @ 06:43

In response to: Ivy Hollow - landscaping, part 2

Comment from: Bill [Visitor]
I agree with Deborah's comments. The overall effect is so overwhelming that, without your follow-ups to point out the details, it is really hard to focus on the little things that make the bigger picture work. Because your builds are so well done, it looks like these things "just happened"- as if mother nature put the leaves in the rake, or grew the weeds in the grass, etc., but it is all your skill and talent! Sincere thanks for this.
01/06/20 @ 16:29

In response to: Ivy Hollow - landscaping, part 2

Comment from: azteclady [Visitor]
I love every little detail, I really can't choose any as a favorite. Well, perhaps the zinc bucket inside the antique wood slats bucket!
01/06/20 @ 04:26

In response to: Ivy Hollow - landscaping, part 1

Comment from: ann [Visitor]
Knowing which product to use to get the effects that you want really is key to your success.I wouldn't know where to begin. I am fascinated.
01/05/20 @ 14:43

In response to: Ivy Hollow - landscaping, part 2

Comment from: Sheila Lester [Visitor]
I think the metal bucket inside the wooden one is a brilliant idea. And I love how the grass looks. I'll have to try some out. Chester seems to be ready to pick up some mail.
01/04/20 @ 21:58

In response to: Ivy Hollow - landscaping, part 2

Comment from: Jodi [Visitor]
Love it all, Brae! Outstanding work!
01/04/20 @ 19:57

In response to: Ivy Hollow - landscaping, part 2

Comment from: Deborah [Visitor]
This is why your builds are so mesmerizing. I could look at them all day. You ran the wagon wheels through the "gravel" and added hoof prints. There are leaves on the step. There is a droplet from the water spout. It's that incredible attention to realistic detail that makes me love them so much.
01/04/20 @ 17:13