Introducing Treemendus

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Introducing Treemendus

Post  Jenny Ryan on Thu Feb 26, 2009 12:19 pm

Well I was looking through the latest TMMI magazine & I saw a diorama with these magnificent trees , I noticed at the end of the article they had a website for Treemendus Models , I was very interested in the products that they sell so I contacted Anthony the owner & asked him if he would like to join the forum , so he can pass on some knowledge to us all about his products . Here are some amazing photographs of his products .






As you can see the products are amazingly realistic . Anthony has kindly offered to send some products to be reviewed . I am really excited about trying them . I suggest you check them out on his website HERE

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Re: Introducing Treemendus

Post  Kreighshoer on Thu Feb 26, 2009 12:24 pm

that really is awesome stuff there jenny! thanks for introducing!

and on this occasion a heartful welcome to anthony! cheers

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Kool! any Pine trees?

Post  Panzer on Mon Mar 09, 2009 8:37 pm

Kool! any Pine trees?
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ANY PINE TREES!!!?

Post  TREEMENDUS on Wed Mar 18, 2009 12:32 pm

Panzer wrote:Kool! any Pine trees?
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Hi Panzer

I produce pine trees in any scale, no problem. I have just (hopefully!) picked up an order for an industrial quantity for a "H O"-(3.5mm to the foot) model railway - 45' x 25'!!!, set in Austria, can't wait to start them!. I will post some pics as they progress. I think I will go along the "loads of trunks supporting one vast canopy" route as opposed to 500ish individual trees though. Then make individual specimen trees for the front of the groups. I don't imagine this will be started for a couple or three months yet but once up and running I will post the photos. Cheers.

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