looks great .Just want to thank you for giving me inspiration and movation to paint .I'm a medic in the US Army and some times I lose sight of what I want to do . After 23 years I should know better.Again I love your drawings and Miniatures.David McCray
Nice cabinet - same basic as mine but I like your timber framed doors - much nicer - a very handsome bit of furniture. Your next challenge (a doddle for you really) is to fill it!Cheers, Doc
Thanks David, I'm glad you like the site and find it Inspirational, that was my hope when I first starting doing it. As for the Cabinet, I think It's about time those angry Celts got a place of their own to run riot. Release the BOAR!
Nice cabinet, you say you saw it in Milton Keynes but I don't think you mentioned the shop. Any chance of letting me know I may take a look myself.Not posted before but always pop in to check your blog as the artwork and figures are always great. Dave
Hello Dave, I saw it as i was walking along one of the central isles, I think the stand was called 'Spoils'.The man said he's there most days, just walk up and down until you see loads of Oak furniture in the middle of the walk way.
Mind you it did take sixteen men, two mules, a gun carriage and some strong ropes to get the thing up the stairs and into place.
Ah it's heavy then! I'll keep an eye out next time I'm in MK.Thanks
Very fabulous cabinet...custom bedroom furniture
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