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Customs Gallery / My Daimyo wearing a 3D Jingasa
« Last post by cheng on Today at 08:51:39 »
First, a little explanation about this klicky;

A daimyo was a feudal lord in Japan during the 12th-19th century.
....."dai" means "big or great" and "myo" means "title to land"

These large land-owners hired armies of samurai warriors just like the European "lords" did at about the same time period.

....my daimyo is wearing a new 3D-printed flat jingasa (single-piece iron hat) and carrying a battle fan (made of iron for command purposes)
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How-To / Playmobil teepees
« Last post by Marco_4124 on Today at 01:49:19 »
Playmobil teepees

Well, what is a Indian without his teepee. After a long day on the prairie it is nice to come home in your teepee. On the website of Petit-fernand I found paper DIY teepees that are fun to made. Donít panic if you donít speak French, the website is also available in English, Spanish and Italian. Click in the upper left corner of the website on the corresponding flag.
After you have filled in your e-mail address, you get after only a few seconds in your mailbox a link, from which a PDF file can be downloaded. The PDF file is in A4 format, but due to the fact that the pictures goes as far as the side of the paper, you can better print the PDF file on A3 paper. I did it at my local printshop, because their printer is much better, and they have a great choice of paper.
The only thing you need now is some wooden skewers, a little work and a bit of patience. Follow the instructions on the website, and you will find out that the teepees are easy and fun to made. A campfire and some cactuses are added as a bonus and complete the scene.

There is one thing I didnít quite like: the flaps at the front of the teepee are not in the middle, and partly consist of two layers paper. For that reason, I have made the following adjustment:



All in all, great fun to make and a nice home for my (and maybe yours) Playmobil Indians.
Oh, and as Playmobil Flagmaster, I also made some native American flags. If you want them, send me a personal message. Also if you want to decorate your own teepee, I have made a blank template (PDF file).



A small Indian settlement, the totem is also from Petit-fernand.





A few impressions.
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Photography & Graphics / Re: JLMatterer Photo Gallery
« Last post by Marco_4124 on July 23, 2017, 23:50:43 »
And I always thought that Nessie was in Scotland.....
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Photography & Graphics / Lazarus' Bones
« Last post by JLMatterer on July 23, 2017, 09:28:57 »
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News / Re: Playmobil in the News
« Last post by JLMatterer on July 23, 2017, 09:23:43 »
Playmobil Playroom: Cruise Ship



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El universo de Zorrilla en versiůn playmobil



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Ausflugsziele in Deutschland: Spiel und SpaŖ im PLAYMOBIL-FunPark



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LuxPlaymoDays 2017



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Unas 10.000 piezas de Playmobil recrean en Nuevo Centro la Guerra de los Cien AŮos, Roma o Waterloo

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News / Re: Prince Playmobil
« Last post by tahra on July 22, 2017, 12:11:57 »
it's no a complaint, just stunned that they do not send them in one package together, cheaper and easier.
Was funny though, the mailman dropped a couple in, walked away and realised she had more, came back and dropped them also in. This repeated itself about four times  :lol: :lol: 8}

:lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:
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Collector's Corner / Re: 5388 vs 9167
« Last post by PlayMoto on July 21, 2017, 21:08:40 »
 :lmao: :lmao: :picsplz:
The 5389 camel spits, but the 9167 has a non-firing camel for the North American markets.
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What is this??? / Re: Grey mystery part
« Last post by PlayMoto on July 21, 2017, 21:01:40 »
 ;D well that answered one of my questions before i even asked  ;D
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News / Re: Prince Playmobil
« Last post by PlayMoto on July 21, 2017, 20:40:27 »
Do not complain, they do deliver !!!

it's no a complaint, just stunned that they do not send them in one package together, cheaper and easier.
Was funny though, the mailman dropped a couple in, walked away and realised she had more, came back and dropped them also in. This repeated itself about four times  :lol: :lol: 8}
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What is this??? / Re: Who is this guy?
« Last post by JLMatterer on July 21, 2017, 06:33:00 »
Obtained at the same time as the circus train klicky was this set of clowns, for $4.99. I think they are the musical clowns from 3578, 3553, & 3477. Any comments? They're in great shape - mint condition  -with only a little "tarnish" on the trumpet.









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