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Monday, June 29th 2015, 11:28pm

Brussels Marketplace and Town Hall - MaKit - 1:303 [FERTIG]

Time to start a new model build.

This one is going to be the MaKit Brussels Marketplace and Town Hall. It's going to be quite a large model (about 29" x 24"---76cm x 63cm) and a scale of 1:303. Total of 36 sheets (about 13" x 9.5"---34cm x 24cm) - 8 for the Town Hall and 28 for the surrounding Marketplace. 982 total pieces.

The instructions are very minimal, half a sheet with very basic instructions (i.e., follow the numbers starting with A1 etc.) for the Marketplace and the same for the Town Hall. Very much like the "Haletoren" build earlier this year.

The originals were scanned and printed on 80 lb (218 gsm) cream cover stock. That's about the same paper weight as the original sheets.

I'm starting with the Marketplace houses first. These are all grouped into different housing units. Starting with the first group A (see ground plan) and the first house completed.

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Tuesday, June 30th 2015, 8:00pm

Hey seascape,
very beautiful model, i like the graphics very much. Go on, like to see more of this model.
Bye, Julia
PS: Sorry for my english, i'm still learning.

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Tuesday, June 30th 2015, 11:14pm

Hi Julia,

Thanks for your comments. Will keep posting photos as I'm building. Once the Marketplace is completed, I'll get to the Town Hall.

By the way, your English is very good. :thumbsup:

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Tuesday, July 7th 2015, 1:31am

Here's more of the build of the first group of houses. The first 4 photos show how most of the houses are built and the parts involved. The only thing I added to the house was a cardboard base plate to keep the shape of the house. This was glued inside the base. The other photos show the houses being assembled. There a quite a lot of them. Did not realize I have over 100 photos already and have just started with the build. Will cut down in future.

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Tuesday, July 7th 2015, 1:35am

More photos of the assembly.
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Tuesday, July 7th 2015, 1:38am

Still More photos.
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Tuesday, July 7th 2015, 1:42am

Photos of the complete first section.

Will start on the next housing section soon.

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Tuesday, July 7th 2015, 8:53am

Hi Fred,

this looks very good :thumbup:
I've never seen this model before. Is this an older set?

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Tuesday, July 7th 2015, 5:15pm

Hi Riklef,

This is a old model from the early 1980s. The Belgian designer did some more models including the Halletoren in Brugge and the Tower of Pisa. It's all hand drawn and colored. He may have done other ones that I'm not aware of.

It is very difficult to find and is basically a replica of the Brussels Marketplace and surrounding houses and streets and the Town Hall. Also gets to be very expensive if you do come across it. The last one I saw on eBay in the UK went for over 100 Euros and that was without the Town Hall. I happened to get lucky and found it through a private seller in The Netherlands.

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Wednesday, July 8th 2015, 12:27pm

Hi @all,

Zu Informationen über alte Kartonmodelle empfehle ich den Arbeitsgemeinschaft zur Geschichte des Kartonmodellbaus.
Hier der Link zu AGK. Bitte unter Verlage Belgien nachschauen.

Hier noch ein paar abfotografierte Titelbilder von Produkten des Verlages:





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Tuesday, July 14th 2015, 12:12am

Hi Roman,

Thanks for adding some more information with photos about the models.

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Tuesday, July 14th 2015, 6:01pm

I've attached a larger photo of the finished model on the box. Also the next 4 sheets for Section B. There are a total of seven housing sections plus the Town Hall that make the completed model.

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Monday, July 27th 2015, 11:52pm

Hi All,

Made some more progress on the model. Only have to glue the whole of Section 2 together and that part will be completed. In the meantime here are some more photos of the progress.

There a 4 houses then the main big building. Finally a bunch more house at the end of the street. All the house so far are basically the same build. 3 or 4 walls, the roof and chimney or dormer or both. The only thing I have added is a base template to keep the shape of the base of the house since they all have different angles. Made two templates for the big building and cut out sections in the base for access. Even though the roof was on its own base, felt that a template for the top of the building would give it more stability and a good place to glue the roof to. The last photo is of all the houses/buildings but still not attached and in the right positions regarding the street.

Looking at the next section....more houses. Photos are spread over a couple of posts. The actual had drawn art work and detail to the houses is great. Everything so far fits with very few minor hiccups and I'm sure they are because of me not the designer. The decorative pieces on the top of the buildings require care when cutting. I've started using magnifying glasses. Eyes not as good as they used to be. :rolleyes:

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Monday, July 27th 2015, 11:56pm

Here are the last 7 photos.

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Tuesday, July 28th 2015, 10:08am

Hello Fred,
well done. But I miss a little stand for selling french fried potatoes and of course the little potatoes sticks. A must for a Belgian city. :D
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Tuesday, July 28th 2015, 9:28pm

Hi Ulrich,

Now you have me thinking. Was already planning a surprise once the whole square is finished, but I think I might be able to find some stands on the internet somewhere. Will need the "Frite Sauce" to go with the French Fries though. :D

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Wednesday, July 29th 2015, 5:09pm

Finished glueing the 2nd section together last night. Here are the photos together with the first finished corner of the Marketplace.

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Thursday, July 30th 2015, 3:47pm

Hi Fred,

Dieser Citroen HY würde sehr gut auf den "Grand Place" passen.



Du bekommst ihn hier: Citroen HY Manfriet 1962
Mein Modell ist jedoch 10 x größer. :-)

Weiterhin viel Spaß
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Thursday, July 30th 2015, 11:32pm

Thanks Roman.

Tried to download the Manfriet truck, but every time I do, I get the Citroen Fire Truck download. Tried to contact the website but that gave an error.

Must agree with you the truck would look good scaled town to 1:300. Did find A Christmas Market on the Mondorfer site that has some food stands that might work as well.

If you have the Manfriet file, is there any way you could send it to me?

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Tuesday, August 4th 2015, 12:25am

H i All,

Back to more building. Section C has 28 houses built on a square block. The first two photos are the Block plan and the 4 sheets of parts.

Here are the first 6 houses. Most house are built the same way, including roof and chimneys. Some house are only front and back attached by the roof. I am adding floor templates for every house for more stability. Cutting out the decorative fronts takes care and time. Have been adding small drops of white glue to strengthen the connecting pieces on the decorations. Seems to work.

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Tuesday, August 4th 2015, 5:30pm

Hi Fred,
often I use white glue too. Some time ago a fried of mine granted me some medinjection. So I sanded the peaks rectangular, fill in the tube and can use the glue as less as possible.
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Tuesday, August 4th 2015, 11:11pm

Thanks Ulrich,

That's a great tip. I'll have a look and see if I can find some. It's sound much easier that using a toothpick and dipping in the glue.

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Tuesday, August 11th 2015, 12:15am

More houses for Section C. Attached the first batch and then round the corner to the next bunch of house. Two more sides to come....

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Tuesday, August 11th 2015, 8:47am

Fascinating!

Thank you very much for showing us the development of this famous ensemble.
Bis die Tage...

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Tuesday, August 11th 2015, 10:39am

Hi Fred,

Dieser Citroen HY würde sehr gut auf den "Grand Place" passen.

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Du bekommst ihn hier: Hi Fred,

Dieser Citroen HY würde sehr gut auf den "Grand Place" passen.

index.php?page=Attachment&attachmentID=513723

Du bekommst ihn hier: Citroen HY Manfriet 1962
Mein Modell ist jedoch 10 x größer. :-)

Weiterhin viel Spaß
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Hello, we had some little issues on our website, but now it's all ok!
You can download the "Manfriet" model here: http://www.paperdiorama.com/paper-models…962-qmanfrietq/

Also the contact form is working again for faster reports!

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Tuesday, August 11th 2015, 6:38pm

Thank you Helmut. I counted 136 houses and I've finished about 50 of them, so plenty more to come. Not only that, the Town Hall it self has about 300 parts to it. Should keep me busy for a while.

Thanks Papercrafts.it. Just downloaded the Manfriet pdf. Will look really good on the square. We'll have to see what happpens when reduced to 1:300 scale :S

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Monday, August 17th 2015, 5:01pm

Another weekend and more photos of the 3rd side of the block. Should have Section 3 done by next weekend.

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Monday, August 24th 2015, 6:46pm

Hi All,

Finished the last houses on the final side of Section C. Also a photo of the three finished sections so far.

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Monday, August 24th 2015, 6:49pm

The next section is the Maison du Roi (King's House) also known as the Bread House. This will make a nice change from building houses.

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Monday, August 31st 2015, 10:20pm

Hi All,

Spent this weekend working on The Bread House. Each section of the model becomes a mini model by itself. This building makes a nice change from the houses of the last three sections.

The main building comes in two parts that are then joined. The balconies and arches are constructed and the attached to the front section by means of 8 slots cut in the facade of the front building. Since the instructions really don't help, it's a matter of working out what works best. I decided to construct the balconies as one unit and then attach it to the building.

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Monday, August 31st 2015, 10:36pm

Next the roofs and six small towers. That still leaves more bits and pieces to be added before this section is completed. Quite a few dormers and chimneys plus the large tower for the front of the building.

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Thursday, September 10th 2015, 1:02am

Hi All,

Finished the Bread House over the weekend.

The photos show the main spire construction and the other parts to finish off the roof (different dormers and chimneys).

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Thursday, September 10th 2015, 1:06am

One more photo of the finished building.

A couple of photos of the sections completed so far in place.

The last photo is of the parts sheets for the next section, also a big building known as the former Meat Halls.

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Sunday, September 13th 2015, 8:58pm

Hi All,

Finished the former Meat Hall building yesterday, so here are some progress photos.

This was a pretty straight forward building compared to some of the others in this model. More cutting than actual building.

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Sunday, September 13th 2015, 9:04pm

One more photo of the building and a couple of the finished model to date.

The last two photos are of the next section which is a large one with seven sheets of parts. In all a total of 45 houses.

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Wednesday, October 14th 2015, 6:11pm

Hi All,

Time to post an update. Finally managed to get some time in the last few weekends and build some more houses. 12 so far, another 36 to go to finish of this block. The completed houses are not yet glued together.

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Saturday, October 31st 2015, 6:47pm

Hi All,

Another update. More houses built. First two photos are of one corner showing the parts involved, 3 houses, 4 roofs, dormers and chimneys and the finished model of the corner.

Other photos are of the built houses on 2 sides of the block. only 21 more to go to finish this block. ;(

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Sunday, November 1st 2015, 6:24am

Dear Fred,

every building is a small and individual artwork.

Beautiful work !!!


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Sunday, November 1st 2015, 4:55pm

Thank you Jo, starting to work on the next batch of houses today.

Regards,
Fred

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Monday, November 16th 2015, 9:26pm

Hi All,

Finished this weekend the section of houses I was working on. Only one more section of houses (25) to complete and the Grote Markt will be finished.

Regards,
Fred
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