A very nice group and very lively figures. My compliments for this work Alex.
A question: How are the hands of the 4 men carrying the wounded attached to the brancard? Or is it a blanket the wounded man lays upon? The traditional way for sculptors to do this was peg-holes. But that is not possible here. Is it with clicking hands around the grips of the brancard?
A critical question too: the poses of the four men carrying the wounded between them, show no sign at all of the heavy load they carry. They walk just straight up. Is this because you re- used four poses that were not designed for carrying this load in the first place? Or are these just four very strong muscled guys?
Remaines the question: Russians?
Bluefalchion wrote:Modern Syrians?
Bluefalchion, Russian people can get hit too I am afraid.
Alex I would expect you to make Russians only at the moment, but these are not in the topic Modern Russian Army. Is Bluefalchion right?