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2 Dec 2014

JR Miniatures

JR Miniatures

About

Robert Rumfelt, the founder of JR Miniatures, grew up in a house where model building and train layouts were everywhere!  Robert's first models were buildings made from paper towel tubes, cereal boxes, egg cartons and whatever else he could find.  As Robert became older, he also developed a passion for history, especially World War II and the Roman Empire Age.

In 1989, Robert decided to combine his passion for history, art and model building and start a company that produced scale buildings for the gaming industry and thus, JR Miniatures was opened for business.  Initially he operated the company on a part-time basis while working another job and then in April of 2000 his wife Nancy said, "it is time to jump off the cliff and operate full time or clean up the basement"!  Since that time the company has successfully gone full time, hired employees and is getting ready to expand into a new 4,000 square foot facility.

The company has terrain and buildings for historical, fantasy and science fiction games ranging in scale from 6mm(1:285) to 28mm and offers over 700 items to choose from.  The company's mission is to provide quality gaming accessories at a price that works with most budgets.

We have a complete online catalogue of everything that we make and each item has a picture so you can see what you are buying.  We are always updating the catalogue and if you have a suggestion on how we can improve the website please let us know!

We encourage you to visit and shop at your local hobby or game store because without them how would you get all of the cool new products?  But if there is not a store near you or that carries what you want, our secure shopping cart allows you to buy direct from us.  As part of our commitment to our gaming stores who support us, we do not offer discounts to the consumer.

Products
Ancients, Buildings
Fantasy, Buildings
Modern, Buildings
Science Fiction, Buildings
World War II, Buildings

JR Miniatures Pictures

JR Miniatures Website No longer active

Owner

Robert Rumfelt

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robert@jrminiatures.net No longer active

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My JR Miniatures

JR Miniatures Buildings

These are the buildings I have purchased from Magister Militum and made by JR Miniatures Buildings overall I am very pleased with these buildings however for my taste they are on the small side but they are beautifully casted.

1766 Russian Cabin

1766 Russian Cabin

Humbrol Colours

Under coated with Humbrol No. 67 Tank Grey.
Main colour heavily dry brushed on with Humbrol No. 110 Natural Wood.
Odd planks of wood painted with Humbrol No. 160 German Camouflage Red Brown.
Lightly dry brushed with Humbrol No. 103 Cream.

1766 Russian Cabin 2

1766 Russian Cabin 2

Humbrol Colours

Under coated with Humbrol No. 67 Tank Grey.
Main colour heavily dry brushed on with Humbrol No. 160 German Camouflage Red Brown.
Lightly dry brushed with Humbrol No. 103 Cream.

1767 Russian Cabin Timber

1767 Russian Cabin Timber

Humbrol Colours

Under coated with Humbrol No. 67 Tank Grey.
Thatched roof lightly dry brushed with Humbrol No. 110 Natural Wood and then lightly dry brushed with Humbrol No. 103 Cream.
Main colour is painted on with Humbrol No. 103 Cream, and then Humbrol No. 25 Blue for windows and door.

1768 Russian Cabin 2 Story

1768 Russian Cabin 2 Story

Humbrol Colours

Under coated with Humbrol No. 67 Tank Grey.
Thatched roof lightly dry brushed with Humbrol No. 110 Natural Wood and then lightly dry brushed with Humbrol No. 103 Cream.
Main colour is painted on with Humbrol No. 160 German Camouflage Red Brown, and then Humbrol No. 25 Blue for windows and door.

1768 Russian Cabin 2 Story 2

1768 Russian Cabin 2 Story 2

Humbrol Colours

Under coated with Humbrol No. 67 Tank Grey.
Thatched roof lightly dry brushed with Humbrol No. 110 Natural Wood and then lightly dry brushed with Humbrol No. 103 Cream.
Main colour is painted on with Humbrol No. 160 German Camouflage Red Brown, and then Humbrol No. 80 Grass Green for windows and door.

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