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Hussite Wagon Castle, Hiltersried 3 finish...

Posted by Michel on 25 Sep 2010, 14:05

Here the first Snapshots of my third Hiltersried Diorama and now is the Projekt finished...!
Oberpälzer Firing Line, Oberpfälzer Attack and the Hussite Wagon Castle...!
It shows the Moment, when the Hussits realize the Attack of the Germans...
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Only a few Details are left, like Weapons standing around...
Figures are from Zvezda, Italeri, Strelets, Valdemar, Revell, Miniart, FG-Miniaturen...!
The Wagons are from FG-Miniaturen, Dietz Zinnfiguren and Miniart...!
...and some Conversions from me! ;-)
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Posted by Paul on 25 Sep 2010, 14:22

:headbang: :headbang: :headbang: :headbang: :love: :love: Very nice :thumbup: :thumbup:
Why is there a ladder against the tree...is there someone up there??? I´ve looked hard but ....
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Posted by Konrad on 25 Sep 2010, 14:33

MICHELangelo!!!! :notworthy: :love: :notworthy: :love: :notworthy: :love: :notworthy:
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Posted by Alois Nebel on 25 Sep 2010, 14:45

Pefect work. You did a piece of great work!!! :thumbup:

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Posted by Maurice on 25 Sep 2010, 14:58

Oh I like the landscape on this one, very realistic looking :thumbup:
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Posted by KenzoSato on 25 Sep 2010, 15:38

Great dio, :thumbup:
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Posted by bilsonius on 25 Sep 2010, 16:59

Fine painting and modelling; great sense of movement and impending action! :thumbup:
Ladder by the tree? Possibly the lookout who has spotted the attack? Or is it the conker season...?
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Posted by Ash on 25 Sep 2010, 17:00

Great dio, real pleasure! :thumbup:
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Posted by capitanduff on 25 Sep 2010, 17:15

Pretty landscape!!!! and a beautiful shields, great job :cheers: :cheers:
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Posted by Dunc0127 on 25 Sep 2010, 19:53

What a fantastic job...a great piece of art... :headbang: :headbang: :headbang:

I love the standards - the wagons and the excellent painting!

Just legendary :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Posted by T. Dürrschmidt on 25 Sep 2010, 20:14

Veritas Vincit! Great to see you triology finished. All of your dioramas are truly masterpieces and have a style of it´s own.

:cheers: :thumbup: :headbang:
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Posted by Nono on 25 Sep 2010, 20:52

Great, great , great !!! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Posted by montecristo on 25 Sep 2010, 22:25

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Posted by DanV. on 25 Sep 2010, 23:15

This is an interesting piece of my country´s history. It looks very nice :thumbup:
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Posted by felipewerneck on 25 Sep 2010, 23:22

Michel, your works are an inspiration for me, without speaking in the medieval city that you are doing, I am also with project of a, and I hope to arrive 1/10 of your city.

I will have to do in scratch, because here in Brazil it is practically impossible to find medieval constructions in this or in another scale.

I am trying to buy some illustrations of Valdemar, to place them in the city.

Congratulations

Felipe Werneck
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Posted by ModernKiwi on 26 Sep 2010, 00:06

bilsonius wrote:Fine painting and modelling; great sense of movement and impending action! :thumbup:
Ladder by the tree? Possibly the lookout who has spotted the attack? Or is it the conker season...?


Pretty much exactly what I was going to say. An awesome piece of work ... again!
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Posted by ColeF on 26 Sep 2010, 01:42

I really hate to say this, but isn't the other corner of the dio a wee bit...er...empty?

Just a thought, everything else is :love: :love2: :love1: :love3: :love1: :love2: :love3:
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Posted by entrauner on 26 Sep 2010, 08:18

very nice, Michelbauer!
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Posted by The Observer on 26 Sep 2010, 08:56

WOW-Full of detail and action! Great painting style - especially the wagons are looking amazingly realistic! :love: :love: :love:
@Paul : I think the ladder is put up against the tree to eventually hang a soldier who is not doing his duty.... :mrgreen: or to watch out from which direction the attack will come.... :mrgreen: or it´s the resting place of the hussite commander way up high above the battle :mrgreen: .who knows..?

Greetings,Dominik
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Posted by Wheeling Turn on 26 Sep 2010, 14:49

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