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Dear modelers friends,

For my first presentation I have chosen work on Winter theme.
Why winter?
Today, after a long time in Zagreb, has fallen a great snow so maybe this is the reason.
So, this dioramas were made in scale 1/72. The Opel blitz trucks are made by the Academy and Italeri manufacturers, and the Sd.Kfz 261 is from the ICM manufacturer.
Figures are from different manufacturers; Preiser, Milicast and Revell and I had a lot of self-construction on them.
The environment of dioramas I made from natural materials (earth, sand, stones) produced by Nature in scale.

Trees and shrubs are from the well-known Noch manufacturer.
Snow is naturally sodium bicarbonate bonded to white glue and all handled with glossy lacquer.
The story I wanted to show was somewhere in the far Russia in 1943.

All comments are more than welcome

Thanks for watching

 

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Fantastic work and all in 1/72 amazing.

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That is beautifully done! Fantastic detailing. Very well done. :thumbsup:

Kind regards,

Stix

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I had to double check the scale, 1/72! remarkably good.

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Hard to believe that's 1/72nd!

A well thought out and well executed diorama!

Fantastic groundwork!

 

Brilliant!

Lots of !!!!!!

 

Reaguards

Badder

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