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Cromm Cruac

Somewhere East (He111 & Ju87 Stuka - 1/72) - finished

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I've started this one over a year ago and finally have the time to finish but here it is. Somewhere in Russia, probably just before the Battle of Kursk.

The models used:

Heinkel He 111 H-6 - Revell 1/72

Ju 87G-2 Stuka 'Kanonen Vogel' - Academy 1:72

Kubelwagen and Kettenkrad from the Academy 1/72 WWII Ground Vehicle Set

Figures from Preiser and Revell

 

The 'making of' thread is available here.

 

 

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Hope you like it. Thanks for watching.

 

Edited by Cromm Cruac

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fan-bloomin-tastic. And I know it looked good even before the photoshop. Great figures to compliment a pair of super aircraft. So often the figures let a scene down.

You must be very chuffed.

Any idea how you're going to 'preserve' the dio? A cover, display case? or what?

 

Rearguards,

Badder

 

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That looks amazing! You have some great figure painting skills. It looks very realistic! :wow:

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Great!

I am sure those photos have been lying in your raincoat some months after you came home from the east front!

 

Wonderful work!!!

 

8-)

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Really nice job, well done

Glynn

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Incredibly atmospheric when combined with the photographic bits. Some great talent here...

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hold on. hold on, hold on, - my eyes are playing tricks on me - this is superb the way you have integrated the picture to the model - another amazing diorama with lots of things going on and so very well presented

 

B R I L L I A N T

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That is very good, the feeling being in the real countryside is exceptional.

 

The finishing, the composition and photographic presentation are really top rate.

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