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Eindhoven 2019 - Some Pics

Discussion in 'Figure Shows, Workshops and Events' started by Martin Rohmann, Oct 20, 2019.

  1. Martin Rohmann A Fixture

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    What's new (or will be in the near future - a subjective selection ...:

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    Der Homer kommt in Kürze bei "Cinemodels"...:

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    Figures by Clubs and Dealers...:

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  2. Martin Rohmann A Fixture

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    Competition:

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    Scratch! Great! My personal "Best of Show" ...:

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    "Legio expedita!" (Does anyone know who sells them...?)

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  3. Martin Rohmann A Fixture

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    And what came out of me? Ööööh, nothing, because I threw myself out of the rating by own stupidity!

    When registering, you got a small number to stick to the pedestal in an envelope - and I 'd received the envelope, but not opened it and delivered Aksinja and Grigory without registration number.

    Too stupid to eat bread!

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    Anyway - it was a nice weekend!


    Cheers
  4. Dr Bison Active Member

    Country:
    Germany
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    Excellent! Finally somebody is doing a rugby miniature! Very nicely done, even if a bit too late for the current World Cup in Japan...
    Who will bring this one out?

    BTW Thanx for the images, Martin. Much appreciated.

    Cheers
    Karl
  5. Martin Rohmann A Fixture

    Country:
    Germany
    Much more...:

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10217938316602652&set=a.10217938315482624&type=3&theater

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10217938994699604&set=ms.c.eJxVV0kOHEEI~_1GEzf7~;j0W0lIzrNrLABWbrgRG9PrtRu2XxB~;8Rb98cEyTSt0wRz97sUiSw2fyHrJkFtqMFydqdXkWyd34851W7nSEIvbf3sYndDuXBvfW83rG7VJ4u7FLjAXO7Rt86nn1ijtxpV6~_Lp6Fex7Nq4~_fFB~_HuYB8b7FBjPp0nTZFT7FEjJndSYs7OADoFKTcgxCvTA6ApQgKQTHOigJ2HJ4BQ5jwbzSsnDdhVr4tHs8gOAlqd7DZAO6E8Cq7MFR5wfb08CFfFKtfgE~_pFwuNnA8shfdTLz0Zzb6QhtVtq1xAvcxpcu66yBz5QLxii1KuM8GlFNhCwBzGECfOUFWakFtU~_COpbs4MoqBcMM8qTVZgWno4elMk0zSGTgnTCUAjVxw2p3duwQsKVuQplitxYxpoiRoSq0SwiU6szPQiJB7ZTjHFFOhi~;HXWIFaPUptcYrll4BlImBTZDRj7xbCBLmcfI8McmChmjNhsM8bKJIEa3XwcMqdVp74Bs2lN~_iHIqsobSLCY6MClz0ZWG0s4cH2KEB7Ai03QudocxWvebyuqHp4jRndl98ehc9LahqV7fr9Is~_nrj6cMNonWWByw823hO597Ha4hWfYanhokaU7dnoXPhPhidnbmuG3tez0HrJZruwLrWtIt4LsjU2TyvzyFanekh9on5NsDqBtiKusEQxKZopmrMeWmPbbjRVmqxabfWqTZDwiTm9WOWabK78NjRmPcOaj3I5d7KY1ZY3VG7fs~_v2qRh9Tqsd9C059d2aFqvpQdNN~;~;yYtartyjStBabaYTu8F1c8qU6~_y0gtanrjNDXh5eEati3eVWNu8CkqVcfc2mmc~_dq1avvOPVzm3qoFwTWGQyq17aRMl~_wU8NN90~;drjO1qR6G6Ra9TnDZdbDrOl~;lsaug6AOL~_44pjTB96K1IeFAv9bfoyNbXLUhGPzZBPtsYl2ipPtct7vbkTropz7lw~;fEaumuEfpnK1wXgCKbU9JBhlsSMnGK5esV5yUUD3I0pdQfqIpJ7cZ9i3xeiMvu3gtRmgwVlThj1CgPBYmqmfl2mswMfo0MuLDzTXOcCPKbW3L3OS2P2mHJoj51g1x2K8L40xYazw9Vu4XRQ9yF4mW~_oqrvBdq3FZLBN1dgim6rhjVNrb2Da2KaKzRRbs6D1sPXr4vtc7BYe8vTRKt~_UcFy9yor6hQayg3qJ8B3clu13PMHRTOkZHObDTI5WkOk38sIT0~_PPN1JMHiLKX0N56LaJifLQ75aEh6f8L0AC4Yl8bMwT~_xeoMtzR.bps.a.10217938993139565&type=3&theater


    BTW:

    I noticed three things:

    Fantasy figures have "flooded" the competition! There were a good three times more fantasy exponats at the start than historical ones ...

    The hobby section "military vehicles" is also moving rapidly in the direction of fantasy, only that this is called "What if ..." or "WW2 1946".
    There are more and more "paper-tanks" issued (and offered by the manufacturers), of which little more than a sketch (and sometimes not even that!) has existed.

    The competition is much too full - at least for the figures! The exhibits stood in three rows one behind the other on the presentation tables! How to work as a juror / jury still somewhat differentiated - I do not envy the boys and girls.

    (But the many photographers were happy about this!)


    Cheers
  6. megroot A Fixture

    Country:
    Netherlands
    Can't be more agreed with you then this. I only spend a half hour into the competition room. Nothing to see, but only backs of man, discussing the figures without moving themself.
    It's therefore that the competition room is closing at Saturday afternoon to let the jury do his work.
    I just only go on sunday......
    I looked closely to your figure. Its in life better then in the picture's. Find no entry number on it....

    Marc
  7. Martin Rohmann A Fixture

    Country:
    Germany
    I forgot to fix it to the base! That's why it was not rated ...!


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  8. Bernt Grimm Member

    If you come next year, I'll remind you.
    Bernt
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  9. Alex Well-Known Member

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    Canada
    Thank you for the pictures !
    I saw in some pictures from other persons something that frighten me :
    One visitor is trying to take pictures of some figures in the third row while holding her phone with one hand and trying to click with the other hand, all of that while having her hands just a few inches over some figures from the first row !
    what if she drops the phone ??? 'sorry' would not be enough ! call me paranoic, but from now on, I will present my figures under glass or acrylic !
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  10. al51williams Active Member

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    I can echo the comment about the phone. A lot of entrants were unpacking their boxes on the display tables, inches away from figures already on display! It's like "I'm getting MY figures out sod what damage I might do to other peoples work". I always find a quiet corner away from straying feet and hands, unpack, and bring the figures to the presentation tables. A few spare tables to do this would be helpful.
    But, a great show very busy and some outstanding work on display.
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  11. akaryu PlanetFigure Supporter

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    Belgium
    I was there on Saturday, had nice chats with Steve Kirtley, with Dino Pivato and at the MMM stand, but apart from that I must agree with the previous comments. Fantasy was dominating everything, even the trade stands and certainly the contest area. The black walls and sharp spotlight and the massive crowd didn't make for leisurely viewing the goods. In the contest area I mostly saw broad backsides of eager photographers blocking the view, my wife tripped over a guys legs who was kneeling to have a good shot at some figures. Clearly people prefer to see the world through their smartphone screens!
    It made me long for the Leas Cliff Hall, were one can take a breath of fresh sea air between bouts of admiring and buying!
    Frankly, I don't think Veldhoven is the perfect venue for next year's World Expo.
    Just my thoughts, of course.

    Pierre
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  12. Tecumsea PlanetFigure Supporter

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    England
    Quote from Pierre.......It made me long for the Leas Cliff Hall.

    This will be a welcome comment for Steve Kirtley and bodes well for Euro Miniature Expo in September 2020.

    Keith
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  13. Tecumsea PlanetFigure Supporter

    Country:
    England
    Can anybody tell me who made the Mounted Musketeers? are these commercial? they look 120mm+

    Would appreciate the name of the company if they are commercial.

    Keith
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  14. Martin Rohmann A Fixture

    Country:
    Germany
    I think, the Rugby player will be released by "ZabaArt".


    Cheers
  15. Martin64 A Fixture

    Country:
    Germany
    https://shop.kingsfigurines.com/fr/

    Cheers mate!
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  16. Nap Forum Moderator

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    England

    That's a real shame Martin ...I see a sticker on the base side ? .......or was that not "the" sticker ??


    Thanks for call the pictures ...my favourite has to be " for me he was the world"'....so full of emotion and skill

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  17. Tecumsea PlanetFigure Supporter

    Country:
    England
    Thanks Martin, I have written to them as nothing appears on their website at the moment only the original 54mm models.

    Best regards,

    Keith
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  18. Martin64 A Fixture

    Country:
    Germany
    The models are 54mm and the masters were sculpted by Alan Ball - IMHO one of the highlights of this show.
    They are shown as "in stock" here: https://shop.kingsfigurines.com/fr/21-historic-serie
    Best, Martin
  19. Tecumsea PlanetFigure Supporter

    Country:
    England
    Hi Martin, I think it must be the photography that has misled me, if you look at the picture posted by Martin Rohmann at the top of the page they look massive against the human figure in the background obviously an illusion.

    I sent Kings a mail and they pointed me to the website:ROFLMAO::D....I was quite looking forward to buying some large scale musketeers...LOL

    Take care my friend. See you at WE next year.

    Keith
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  20. Blind Pew A Fixture

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    Thanks for posting Martin.

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