Second Wind

Last night I set out with the intention of building yet another windmill, but that ended up on ice, for something lazier a little simpler took my fancy. Nothing brand new, but I thought I’d have a crack at a follow-up of the windmill figurines I made last year, drafting in the models I’d made since. Perhaps I missed the opportunity to experiment with redressing them in some fashion, but I rather like them as they are. They look like they belong with one another.

More shelf space required for this next batch – we’ll have to throw out another load of books!

windmill-ornament-clyrck1windmill-ornament-stolaves1windmill-ornament-horning1windmill-ornament-cottage1For bonus fun, I included the adjacent cottage I made last autumn. I’m now wondering if I could take the Chrismassy version and give the concept a bit of snow, perhaps of a globular nature? Now that could be interesting…

It was nice to revisit this format as I had planned. It may take thirteen months, but I am a man of my word!

    • Jacob said:

      Cheers as ever, Rebecca. Little me would have loved these! 😛

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    • Jacob said:

      Well, there’s only five months to go… 😉 Ha, I’m sorry. I did wonder if it was wise. Maybe I’ll hold that idea back for a more seasonal time!


    • Jacob said:

      Thanks very much! They were a lot of fun to make.


  1. How lovely! Do you sell them or give them as gifts? Amazing detail and the grounds are as nice as the structures themselves.

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    • Jacob said:

      Thank you so much, Cynthia, I’m thrilled they appeal! At present they are just digital models, sadly. I do wonder if I could wangle something with 3D printing technology, though – could be interesting.

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      • Jacob said:

        Thanks again, that’s great to hear!


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