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Aderklaa 1809

Posted by stephane on 12 Mar 2017, 21:37

I will try to do a diorama from this Picture :
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1 step :
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To be continued
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Posted by Kekso on 12 Mar 2017, 21:40

Awesome... there will be more??? :shock:
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Posted by stenfalk on 13 Mar 2017, 10:42

Your project is obviously very well done; the result worth seeing, absolutely.
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Posted by Hellboy on 14 Mar 2017, 07:31

Excellent! :yeah: I find it always fascinating when a picture template (2D) is converted into a diorama (3D).

You have chosen a very nice template. I like the buildings and the scenery very well. Fantastic is the interior setting of the house on the last photo - so many great details. :shock:

Congratulations !!! :-D
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Posted by stephane on 14 Mar 2017, 19:05

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Posted by krugi3 on 15 Mar 2017, 10:05

Hello!

Well done, but a little criticism on the Austrians:

1. Hungarian infantry wore no gaiters. Long trousers with ankle boots. Trousers with yellow/black sideseams. Officers black boots.
2. Sash of the officer should be dark yellow (with some very small black features)
3. Cuffs should be pointed not round with white button lining (Bärentatzen)
4. Pompon yellow with plack Center
5. Aderklaa was (and is still today) a small hamlet, the houses from the pic of the book are probably too big (a second floor is maybe exaggerated, even today not common)

Here's a link for the correct appearance:
http://www.armchairgeneral.com/forums/s ... 24&page=34

If you are able to correct these minor faults (except no. 5), the diorama would be on an even higher level.

Greetings from Austria
Thomas
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Posted by Mr. Cryns on 16 Mar 2017, 08:39

Dear Stephane,

Congratulations with your Aderklaa 1809 diorama. But first of all welcome to our forum!
It looks like you scratch build your houses. Great. Thats how I like to see it most. :yeah: Also my compliments for the lively interior with lots of stuff in the rooms.
We can see some red circles made by yourself in the picture: :eh: ugly joints you probably want to remove? I can recommend you to do this with a simple computer paint program and use select area-copy-paste to fill those joints up with a piece op picture thats right below your ugly spot.

As you have seen different forummembers are interested in the 1809 campaing at the moment. I am one of them. For that reason I want to thank krugi3 for his very critical but correct comments to your work and the picture your work is based upon. I will upload my research pictures for Austrian rurar village architecture in a new topic for future projects of our members.
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Posted by C M Dodson on 16 Mar 2017, 13:38

Welcome to the forum and thank you for your posting.

This is an action I have an interest in and all information is eagerly taken on board.

Well done.

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Posted by Beano Boy on 17 Mar 2017, 10:42

It is a Huge Like from little o`ll me,_______________ and welcome Stephane, to Benno`s Figure Forum. BB
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Posted by stephane on 19 Mar 2017, 23:32

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Posted by Peter on 25 Mar 2017, 22:46

Looks great Stephane! :thumbup:
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