|Message||I am the proud owner of a Merchant's House (the 7th to be built). It gives me so much pleasure and everyone that sees it, falls in love with the workmanship. I have found that every piece of furniture needs to be as stunning as the house, otherwise it takes something away from the beauty of the rooms. Less is more as far as furniture is concerned. I highly recommend Vic's work.|
|Message||I have seen a lot, but your work has that real mystic beauty.|
|Message||I am in awe of your work! Will you be doing any fairs in the coming year? Do you do the Kensington one in May? Think I may have spotted you there. Thank you for sharing and when I'm rich........ Hello Sally, We only exhibit at miniatura these days, You don't need to be rich !...... regards from vic|
|Message||Thank you for allowing me to look at your models and gain a better understanding of a 'smock mill'.|
I have of course an interest in wind mills and associated equipment for grinding grain.
western Australia, ( Hi Brian, glad you liked my models, regards from vic )
|Message||Your work is wonderful. What is the smallest scale that you work with? Do you sell to the general public? Is there a mailing list that I could get on? I look forword to hearing from you. |
Again, your work is wonderful. You were really blessed with such talent.
|Message||Unfortunately, I have no immediate plans for a trip to England, but I do have a project 'in the planning stages' here where I will be building miniature mills (amongst other constructs) on the river where I live. The photographs are very inspiring. The detail is marvellous, and I am awed by the efforts you have made to create these models.|
Thanks so very much!
|Message||I was looking for examples of blades for an old windmill that I have for my model railroad.Your site was very helpfull. Thanks|
|Message||wonderful, wonderful, so realistic|
|Message||Wonderful, authentic buildings! They look real. I can hardly wait for my house to arrive!|