Wednesday, 30 April 2014

Our Very Special Miniature WW1 Scene.....At Last Revealed!

At long last I'm delighted to be able to reveal the latest commissioned project jointly undertaken with my workshop colleague and great old mate - Robin Britton, for the 

A First World War Officer's Derelict Dugout, Trench & Poppy Field

What a project this has been.....many hours have been spent on research for this and many more hours on actually creating it! But we are very pleased and proud of the result, on what is an emotive subject. We have endeavoured to respectively focus on the poignancy and remembrance of war.
This will be shown as a "how to make" project in the magazine, starting with the August 2014 issue and we understand it will probably run over into the September issue it is a massive project! (The August issue comes out on June 26th).
As with all our WORKSHOP PROJECTS, we have used ordinary everyday materials as well as natural materials from our gardens in the creation of fact you will be amazed and maybe a little surprised at some of the materials used!

So now here it a video, complete with old soldier!

 This video  is best viewed with speakers on and full screen.

In order to read the story behind this little scene and full instructions on how to make it, please see the August 2014 issue of the Dolls House & Miniature Scene Magazine.

We are very proud to say that this finished project will be on display in the THAME MUSEUM (Oxfordshire) as part of their WW1 Centenary Exhibition which runs from May 3rd to August 20th.  



Steinworks said...

it's a wonderful piece

Serenata said...

This is fabulous Celia, very powerful piece indeed.

KT Miniatures said...

Thank you Steinworks and Serenata for your comments. Glad you like it. The making is the easy was the planning of creating it into a "how to make" project that was the hardest bit! Celia

12Create said...

It is a brilliant project. The detail is amazing. I felt a bit emotional at the end of the video thinking of an old soldier paying respect to his friends that did not make it home.

Giac said...

Hello Celia,
What an amazing project. Congratulations. The scene is perfect and you really created the atmosphere beautifully. It is so detailed and so accurate. Beautiful masterpiece!
Big hug,

Irene said...

This is probably the best scene for authenticity and miniature accuracy I have seen. A big well done to the creators.

KT Miniatures said...

Thank you everyone for your very kind comments. We are particularly proud of this project and quite chuffed on how it turned out. Celia

Diane said...

Wow what a fantastic project and so well done too.

KT Miniatures said...

Thank you for you kind comment Diane. Yes, we are rather proud of this particular project and pleased with how it's turned out. Celia