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An Ostfront Diorama


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6 hours ago, Kaireckstadt said:

This looks simply stunning Gary! Great work!

 

Thank you Kai!  Glad you like it.

 

4 hours ago, harv said:

Seems I've missed a bit Gary . Amazing work on all. One question though,  are you going to hit the figures although dull coat or semil gloss ? To me they are a bit shiny....harv 

Thank you, Harv.  Yes, there will be a lot of matte-coating.  But since I have to handle everything a few more times, I'm not going to matte coat just yet.

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15 hours ago, DocRob said:

I like the setting a lot, you made them look 'heavy', especially the T-34. The burn effects do look very good. I would place more dust on the tank, maybe a bit more on the T-34.

Cheers Rob

Thank you, Rob.  There is so much more to do.  The T-34 needs to be dirtied up and I need to put more detritus on it.  I've been toying with trying to make blisters in the paint.  But my ideas haven;t been tried yet as I have much to do on the groundwork, yet.

13 hours ago, JohnB said:

Looking good Gaz! :)

Thank you, Sir!

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5 hours ago, KevinM said:

Liking it Gary will keep poking the head in.I have always wanted to do that scene from "Band of Brothers" at Carenten the open field tank coming up over the hill by the tree it would be to big in 1/35.;)

Thank you, Kevin.  It's been so long since I saw that, that I can't even remember the scene.  I've been watching a lot of Nightshift (the armor modeller) and he's gone from just doing models and began making bases and figures with his builds.  Everything just looks more impressive when there is even a small dio around it.

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7 hours ago, KevinM said:

Liking it Gary will keep poking the head in.I have always wanted to do that scene from "Band of Brothers" at Carenten the open field tank coming up over the hill by the tree it would be to big in 1/35.;)

Took the kids to the Tank Museum in Carentan last time we were in Normandy. They had a half-size replica Tiger which would be a great runaround in some of the traffic round here.

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