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Posted by JueHue on 15 Dec 2021, 21:12

Hello

Hi I've got something new from my forge. A vignette with figures. The subject of street fighting in France, 1940. This time I concentrated on leftovers and tried to work them up. The base is a cupboard / armchair foot from the bulky waste. The street and walls are made of impact sound insulation for laminate. It is not as easy to work with as Styrodur because the area around the impression with the brush stamp sinks in with it. The rest is made of balsa wood, railway accessories and copied billboards, a few fibers of grass. Figures: The soldier with the handbones is from Pegasus from the 1939 set if I'm not mistaken, and the other was a machine gunner Italeri from the 251th. Both have got new heads. The Italeri figure has once again had to serve for surgical experiments. The photos are sometimes taken with and sometimes without additional light. Have fun looking at the pictures.

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The other Dio is a Saharina recovering an Ital M13 / 40. Italerei and figures from Waterloo 1815.

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greetings Jürgen
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Posted by JueHue on 15 Dec 2021, 21:50

Now i send the pics once again
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Posted by Peter on 15 Dec 2021, 21:59

Nice little vignettes Jürgen! I like them both. :thumbup:

The car is from Italeri I think?
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Posted by Wiking on 16 Dec 2021, 04:45

The Italian recovered a tank captured by the Australians from the Italian.
The white animal mark the former Australian owner.

Nice made
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Posted by Susofrick on 16 Dec 2021, 10:43

Very nice vignettes!
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Posted by C M Dodson on 16 Dec 2021, 11:51

Very nice indeed .

The Blitzkrieg composition is delightful and I love the details.

That door lock is excellent, and the posters breath authenticity into the subject matter.

Nice desert scenario too.

Best wishes,

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Posted by huib on 16 Dec 2021, 20:37

Two very nice scenes. Is the Italian using his cellphone to call for a proper mechanic?
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Posted by Santi Pérez on 17 Dec 2021, 20:34

huib wrote:Two very nice scenes. Is the Italian using his cellphone to call for a proper mechanic?

It seems he's shaving with an electric shaver, isn't he? A good way to take advantage of the time while waiting for the tank repair, keeping in mind that the beard produces a lot of heat in a tropical climate. :mrgreen:

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Posted by Iceman1964 on 18 Dec 2021, 19:08

I join the other comments, I like these two small but original dioramas.
My preferite is the french one, great house and ground , but also the desert one is very well done !
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Posted by JueHue on 18 Dec 2021, 20:40

Thank sfor the nice coments.
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Posted by tullo on 18 Dec 2021, 20:53

super, very, very coherent and top painted also" small livestock makes muck ".

:yeah: :yeah: :yeah: ;-)
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Posted by tullo on 18 Dec 2021, 20:55

yes is this a handy??? :-D :xd:
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Posted by JueHue on 07 Jan 2022, 21:20

Hello

The turn of the year would be done. Here come the next two slides from my collection.
First a Dio 1939 somewhere in Poland.
The truck is a DB 3GD from Mac,the car is partly scratch and is an Aldler N
The figures are from different manufacturers and partly converted. The dispatch rider e.g.
Is Preiser from the Zündapp 750 set.I was lucky to get the last kits.
Dispatch rider standing and dispatch rider pushing. The Zündapps are exelent.
The trees are from the railroad.
Here are the pictures.


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As next Dio I would like to show you the Dio Ausgerutscht.
I scratch built the If 5 Truppenluftschutzwagen before the kit was available. The horses I modified with reins and so on. The soldier who gets off the horse is also modified. The others as well. There is also an original photo.

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I added the fallen tree to make sense of what was happening.



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Posted by JueHue on 07 Jan 2022, 21:22

The last thing I show is the Rolls Royce from IBG in the desert.

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I tranlate it with deepl.
Stay healty
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Posted by Peter on 07 Jan 2022, 23:08

Love that one with the field kitchen the most, but they are all very good made! :thumbup:
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Posted by Kekso on 08 Jan 2022, 08:22

This is really something... my favorite is that forest scene (Poland, 1939.).
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Posted by Patrick71 on 09 Jan 2022, 10:41

It is great how these non combat scenes let your mind wander and make up the story behind it yourself.
Very well done!
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Posted by Kostis Ornerakis on 09 Jan 2022, 11:32

I really like your work! :thumbup: :-D
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Posted by Iceman1964 on 09 Jan 2022, 18:48

Excellent work !
My preferite is the forest, very well done !!!!
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Posted by JueHue on 28 Jan 2022, 21:02

Hi
Let's continue with dioramas
First something German again, a SdKfz 223 Veteran in the desert.
Have fun with the pictures

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The palm tree is made of feathers from our budgie. I borrowed it from another diorama for the dio.


Then Christmas gifts for the Germans (ammunition). Some gifts you don't want at all.
Cruiser is from IBG WOT Figurs Steelets Tankmen desert.

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That is all for now.
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