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Discussion in 'Your Completed Kits' started by Scipio, Oct 20, 2013.
I thought you flyboys would like to see the ground from an infantryman's eye.
Very cool! Great work. The machine gunner's position worries me a bit however. Excellent work. 1/32nd?
Dragon figures or Tamiya?
Nice one. I agree with Matt though - if that Pzkw IV fires, the MG42 and crew will be well p*ssed off!
Very well done!
very nice, hope the MG crew have ear plugs !!!!
Very cool! I did almost that exact same dio 40 years ago! Won me 1st place in a local model contest!
THX...Good observation, after reloading the tank would surely back off, allowing advanced infantry support. Had I put this in true perspective I would have needed a 2 foot base.
THX...Good observation, after reloading the tank would surely back off, allowing advanced infantry support. Had I put this in true perspective I would have neeeded a 2 foot base.
Nicely done man....!
Man I get cold just looking at that dio!
Very nice diorama. What did you use to create the snow on the ground?
I don't know what Scipio used, but I do a lot of 1/35 military dioramas and I use Woodland Scenics Soft Flake Snow, SN140. Comes in a 32 oz shaker plastic container for about $11.00 US here in the States, and that size will last you a very long time. I did a 12" x 18" winter snow scene and used about 15-20% of the container. You should be able to get it in most hobby stores, particularly those who cater to model train layouts. One big advantage is that this stuff will (reportedly) not yellow with age.
Good to know. I have had lots of trouble in the past finding a good "snow".