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Greek Evzones on parade-1941

Posted by Lobowwe on 12 Aug 2017, 10:06

An Evzone marching band parades past a lineup of battleready Evzones and the civilians cheering them on.ImageImageImageImage
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Posted by sansovino on 12 Aug 2017, 10:25

Nice diorama and idea! Where did you find the figures? I presume, you have transformed existing other figure-sets? I am right?
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Posted by Wiking on 12 Aug 2017, 11:55

I saw your Dio at the Braille scale forum. It was during I build my Greek Dio with the statement of Churchill.
A theme rarely done in modelling.
Your quality of painting figures is going strait froward. :-D
The trumpeters are these conversions of you?
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Posted by Lobowwe on 13 Aug 2017, 07:46

The figures are actually the most converted i've ever done! Legs and 'kilts' were from Italeri's Napoleonic Highlanders. Chests were from same set but heads were HAT ACW Zouaves. The woman in the window is from a medieval Tudor set. The civilians are a mix of Dapol railway figs ,Atlantic Russian Revolution, and Imex's American Pioneers. The actual arms with the musical instruments are from the Airfix Guards' Band set. The standing Evzones were also from that same Highlander set with a head swap- Airfix Italians did the trick!
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