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WW2plus - Infanterie-Kampfgeher in „Before the Mission" - DE

Posted by Hellboy on 24 May 2018, 21:39

New photos of an old vignette ...

„Before the Mission“

Refueled, loaded with ammunition, radio connection ok and all functions of the battle walker checked and error-free. The infantryman of the future (IdZ) is ready. The combat mission can begin....

I reworked this old diorama and made new photos. I hope you like the pictures a bit.

Have fun. :-D

Hellboy


Link-Note:

Information about the model
http://www.scalemates.com/kits/1143680-sharkit-saks-alterra1-heavy-fight-command-suit

Information about the figure
http://www.plasticsoldierreview.com/Review.aspx?id=757


Keywords for search engines: 1/72, Deutschland, Germany, WW2plus, Wunderwaffe, Leichter Infanterie-Kampfgeher, Kampfgeher, battle walker, Infanterist der Zukunft, IdZ, Diorama, Modellbau, Modelling, Alterra1 SAKS, Heavy Fight Command Suit, sharkit.com, Preiser 72515 German Tank Crew 1939-45, Frank Krueger, 10/2012, photos were shot with Canon PowerShot G7 X, images were edit with Corel Paint Shop Pro X, original size of the images 800x800 pixels, picture hosted by hellboy-miniatures.de


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Posted by carlosfaro on 24 May 2018, 23:17

really interesting Alternative WW2-SCi Fi topic

Is the selected grey colour and the unit insignia really accurate for that versin of the weapon :):)??
just "puritan hobbyst kidding"
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Posted by Kekso on 25 May 2018, 08:24

Very well done Hellboy. Personally I couldn't resist to make it more scratched and worn out, maybe even rusted.
But that's just me.
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Posted by carlosfaro on 25 May 2018, 18:37

I do think the same, but maybe the weapon is totally new and just arrived from a factory and it is the very first battle action of this secret V Waffe.. and as Many other real german wWii experimental materials maybe also the last...
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Posted by Wiking on 25 May 2018, 20:27

Here you can see the pritty, nice build of the latest number one model of Vorwerk.
Right arm is a vacuum cleaner.
Left arm is to put all the things with the green dot into the yellow bag.
The MIB operator adjust correctly the receiver right now.
And operate the cleaner via thought transmission.
Blue light is the X-ray in operation.
Red light is IR- Light.
He gets now ready to fight against Mr. Proper.
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Posted by Hellboy on 26 May 2018, 18:30

carlosfaro wrote:really interesting Alternative WW2-SCi Fi topic. Is the selected grey colour and the unit insignia really accurate for that versin of the weapon :):)?? just "puritan hobbyst kidding"


carlosfaro, thank you for your comment. To your question about the color and the signatures. Well, there was something wrong in the production plant. Now that the Kampfgeher is at the front, he has to go into battle like that. What should it .... :-D


Kekso wrote:Very well done Hellboy. Personally I couldn't resist to make it more scratched and worn out, maybe even rusted. But that's just me.


Kekso, of course you are right. Rust and mud, dust etc. are very little on the Kampfgeher. The device is really brand new and is being used for the first time. Let's wait and see how he comes back from the battle .... when he comes back !?!?!?! ;-)


Wiking wrote:Here you can see the pritty, nice build of the latest number one model of Vorwerk.
Right arm is a vacuum cleaner. Left arm is to put all the things with the green dot into the yellow bag. The MIB operator adjust correctly the receiver right now. And operate the cleaner via thought transmission. Blue light is the X-ray in operation. Red light is IR- Light. He gets now ready to fight against Mr. Proper. :joker:


Wiking, thank you for your funny comment. You have once again correctly recognized the situation. Since the Kampfgeher in my apartment ensures order, everything is fine. Everything is sucked, dust is wiped, the dishes are washed off and the garbage is well separated. :mrgreen: But woe, I leave my socks lying around somewhere. Then the Kampfgeher gets angry. Really not funny !!! :oops:
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Posted by Kekso on 26 May 2018, 20:25

Hellboy wrote: Kekso, of course you are right.


I'm not right, you're not wrong... it is a matter of taste ;-)
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Posted by Carlos on 26 May 2018, 22:10

Really a nice work Frank, from the war suit to figure and the vignette wit all these details. :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy:
In your clear style of work and paint vignettes are always a gem.
The topic of science fiction and futuristic wars is fascinating because of the opportunity to do something different but logical. I did not know we had those futuristic war suits kits on the scale. :yeah:
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Posted by Hellboy on 29 May 2018, 20:37

Carlos wrote:Really a nice work Frank, from the war suit to figure and the vignette wit all these details. :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy: In your clear style of work and paint vignettes are always a gem.
The topic of science fiction and futuristic wars is fascinating because of the opportunity to do something different but logical. I did not know we had those futuristic war suits kits on the scale. :yeah:


Carlos, first of all thank you for your great comment. Of course, I am very happy about that !!!!!! :-D
I do not know if you know this link: http://sharkit.com/alterra1/alterraserie/alterraserie.htm
For the series 'Alterra1' many different size scales were developed. From busts in 1/8 to 1/72 scale figures. There are a lot of exciting models here. On this web site I found the subject battle walkers. The models on the subject have fascinated me immediately. I wish you much fun while viewing the web site !!
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Posted by Quepwik on 08 Jun 2018, 07:54

Really excellent !
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Posted by panzerman on 18 Jul 2018, 07:30

Love these sci-fi ww2 pieces. Much respect for your skills and imagination.
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Posted by Kostis Ornerakis on 23 Jul 2018, 19:19

Wonderful work!! :thumbup: :-D
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