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G'day all

Here are a couple of chivalrous dudes in shining erm, timber, waiting to save the day.

Taken from The Toy Dragons, Knight and Fair Maidens book once again they are made from pine - mainly 19mm but the shields and other skinny stuff is made from 12mm pine.

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These dudes are quite popular as a set of four and I must confess they have mainly been bought from me at a market here in Australia by German tourists.

Not really recommended for under eights, but I must admit I've only ever sold all my sets to adults.

Big kids, hey.

Such a cosmopolitan place is the world sometimes [smile]

Anyhoo, all cut out on a scroll saw but can easily be cut with a hand held fret saw.

Finished with Danish Oil and a top coat of spray gloss estapol - looks shiny and more expensive.

As usual feel free to as questions [thumb]


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Well now where is the castle with the drop draw bridge for them to ride up to after they save the Princess ?
Maybe that is a new project for some body to get on kind of like doll houses for Little Girls and then castles for the Little boys to ride their horses and bring the princesses they have saved from the Dragons that want them for them selves. Nice Job Doc....Don
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Funny you should say that Don.
I have grand twins (boy and girl) and this was what they got for their 3rd birthday (amongst other things) castlehouse.jpg 


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You are on the ball Doc.
Great Job, and it looks like your are very creative.  Good for All Of Us.  
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Nice job on the castle Doc great idea. 
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Thanks Roly.
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