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"Australian Light Horse charge" Gallipoli 1915

Posted by T. Dürrschmidt on 20 Oct 2010, 15:19

This ist one of the most dynamic and dramatic lifelike scenes I have ever seen in this scale! :shock: :shock:

BRAVO!!!
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Posted by montecristo on 20 Oct 2010, 15:26

Hey dopo tutti questi complimenti non mi aumentare i prezzi per il prossimo ordine (così ti faccio anche un pò di pubblicità) :lol:

After all these compliments I hope your prices don't increase !!!
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Posted by k.b. on 20 Oct 2010, 15:34

So you have a business do you Massimo!!! Tell me how and where and how much i need to buy your miniatures? :love:
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Posted by Jsobi on 20 Oct 2010, 19:30

Hi,

there is nothing more to say, an simple perfect dio.
In my mind i can hear the bullets whistleling in the air, the screams an commands.

Perfect done. :thumbup:

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Posted by Frankzett on 20 Oct 2010, 20:16

Very impressive. I like the irregular shape of the Display, the pebbles and earth jutting out of the edges. It makes a kind of interesting contrast of raw brutality and tiny detailed miniatures - It's art!

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Posted by santifernandez on 20 Oct 2010, 21:07

Is fantastic,congratulations.
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Posted by Roland_Kupski on 21 Oct 2010, 07:23

impressive!
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Posted by PitYak Studios on 21 Oct 2010, 08:46

dutchboyinohio wrote:Not sure I like the irregular edge around the landscaping (i.e. it looks like there is one large part of the base that seems uncovered; see bottom right part in second picture).


I am sure I like it. and just about everything else about it too.
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Posted by voukerous on 21 Oct 2010, 08:55

Bravo !!!! Great dio !!!
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Posted by Al on 21 Oct 2010, 10:31

The attack at the Nek? Museum quality, you should do this stuff for a day job! I've never seen anything like it anywhere, simply superb. :thumbup:

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Posted by daikaigan on 21 Oct 2010, 11:05

Al wrote:The attack at the Nek? Museum quality, you should do this stuff for a day job! I've never seen anything like it anywhere, simply superb. :thumbup:

Al

:-D Thank you very much Al and Thousand thanks at ALL. To make figures( moulding and painting) building the wood base and make diorama I spent 10 days work (calculate 8hours for a day).
At the moment I make a little scene (2 or 3 figures) ww1 assault to trench for commissioned of my Belgian friend , no painted.
For my advance on a foto recostrution of Crimea war a group( 13 figures) of 8th british Hussars.
Thank at all. Massimo
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Posted by Duron QelDroma on 23 Sep 2017, 20:20

I'm sorry for digging up a seven year old thread. But I would like to know, if these beautiful and dramatic figures are availabale for sale anywhere? Or are these just modelled for private use?

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Posted by zulu`s 1000`s of em on 23 Sep 2017, 20:56

Stunning... fabulous work.
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Posted by daikaigan on 23 Sep 2017, 21:53

Duron QelDroma wrote:I'm sorry for digging up a seven year old thread. But I would like to know, if these beautiful and dramatic figures are availabale for sale anywhere? Or are these just modelled for private use?

Thanks

Sorry , all are unique piece, and this diorama is in my private collection
all figures are sculpted and Painted by me
if you have interested to buy them write me in private message
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Massimo :occasion:
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Posted by Wiking on 24 Sep 2017, 05:51

T. Dürrschnidt wrote:
This ist one of the most dynamic and dramatic lifelike scenes I have ever seen in this scale!

I can nothing add to this statement!
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Posted by Eugenij on 25 Sep 2017, 20:41

excellent dio! very dynamic scene!
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Posted by sansovino on 29 Sep 2017, 17:51

Wonderful realistic figures which are painted impressive, but I don´t unterstand the title "The charge of light horse brigade" - what happened with the horses?
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Posted by Graeme on 30 Sep 2017, 04:55

A really stunning piece of modelling and painting. words just can't do it justice.

sansovino wrote:I don´t unterstand the title "The charge of light horse brigade" - what happened with the horses?


When The Australian Light horse transferred to Gallipoli from Egypt the horses had to be left behind.

When news of the Gallipoli landings and the subsequent stalemate arrived in Egypt many of the Light Horsemen (probably all of them) actually volunteered to leave their horses behind so they could go and join the fight. Which was a big deal because they loved their horses. Many men brought their own horse along when they came to enlist and man and horse joined up together.

The Light Horse were remounted after the Gallipoli campaign but true to form for the Army it seems there was not much thought given to giving troopers back their original horse. I've heard stories of a lot of searching and horse trading going on for a bloke to be reunited with his mate.
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Posted by FredG on 30 Sep 2017, 08:32

Mounted Infantry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_Light_Horse

The charge at Beersheba in the film is a definite one to watch.

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Posted by daikaigan on 01 Oct 2017, 09:41

Thanks a lot to everyone
to have brought back an my old and dear work
:occasion: Massimo
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