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Posted by Alex on 16 Feb 2017, 13:09

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Posted by Peter on 16 Feb 2017, 15:29

That's the spirit! I like these a lot Alex! Great work again! :thumbup:
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Posted by Kekso on 16 Feb 2017, 16:03

Fantastic work Alex
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Posted by Ben90 on 16 Feb 2017, 16:21

It really transfers the "spirit" that Peter said. Great sculpting, too... you should do more ancients (please)! :-)
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 16 Feb 2017, 17:32

Modern Syrians?
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Posted by Wiking on 16 Feb 2017, 17:55

The idea is not new. For example sets of Esci, Orion, and Ultima Ratio do something similar.
But your figure are in a set of several of this humanity pose. And the high quality of your figures is no comparison to the others.
Very well done Master of figure modelling.


Ben90 wrote:
you should do more ancients (please)!

Please some civil figures useful for the 1930,40ties (please)!

So can we say:
Ben90 first.
But Civil figures (1940) second.
Is that Ok? :mrgreen:
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Posted by stenfalk on 16 Feb 2017, 18:56

I take my hat off to you, once again. It's enjoyable to see works from you after a long time... :-D
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Posted by Mai Strac on 17 Feb 2017, 18:58

:shock: :drool: Spechless, only respect, of course my next purchase :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Posted by Mr. Cryns on 18 Feb 2017, 12:52

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?
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Posted by Kekso on 19 Feb 2017, 17:12

Bluefalchion wrote: you should do more ancients (please)! :-)


Wiking wrote:Please some civil figures useful for the 1930,40ties (please)!


And don't forget British paratroopers... we can't have them too many :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Posted by Alex on 22 Feb 2017, 20:05

Mr. Cryns - Yes, they are strong guys, and carry the load almost at a run. But they were still hard. It will be seen on the following photos soon. Figures rejected the part load compensation.
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Posted by Miltiadis4 on 26 Feb 2017, 18:28

Excellent idea for a diorama Alex. Can I ask you which army vehicles are used in Russia for evacuation of injured soldier from the combat field?
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Posted by Alex on 31 Mar 2017, 10:18

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Posted by Michel on 31 Mar 2017, 10:23

Heroic!!! ...and amzing sculpted! As ever, my friend!!!!
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Posted by Roland_Kupski on 31 Mar 2017, 13:14

This are the first modern (>1914) soldiers I would like to paint. Expressiv.
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Posted by stenfalk on 31 Mar 2017, 17:59

A special and thought-out set. The figures for the friends of the subject "modern Russian armed forces" are very versatile, even in the use as individual figures. As usual a very fine work. :yeah:

I am proud of you... ;-)
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Posted by Wiking on 31 Mar 2017, 20:58

Miltiadsi4 wrote:
... which army vehicles are used in Russia for evacuation of injured soldier from the combat field?
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Posted by Beano Boy on 01 Apr 2017, 05:44

Great Work`s Alex.

This is almost like viewing the New`s that we the British , are heavily censored from. BB
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Posted by ernesto70 on 21 Apr 2017, 15:02

DEAR Alex ... ... Let me ask you a information........but, your figures, the molds you? ... or the press, one other company? ... .. .and how are printed? ... I noticed your figures do not have pieces broken down ... ....
best regards and thanks

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