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Posted by arkhunter2002 on 05 Jan 2011, 18:11

Hahahaha that is awesome! Great work. :thumbup:
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Posted by Nono on 05 Jan 2011, 18:49

Wonderful diorama! :love: :love: :thumbup:
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Posted by SamSagace on 05 Jan 2011, 19:12

:shock: :shock: :shock:
do you take a picture of a real scene???? :lol:

Seriously ...
it's absolutely fantastic!!! :love:
Can you post more pictures with other details of your dio???
I would very happy to see more !!!! :evil:

Can you tell us what figures did you employed?
(I suppose "SVEZDA Hansa Cogge" and perhaps a lot of Valdemar's figs ?
other ones?)
And materials and techniques and .... :oops:
...If I'm not too curious ! :mrgreen:

You are new in Benno's : if you have other dios and painted figures to show us...
we'll all enjoy to admire them ! :headbang:
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Posted by SamSagace on 05 Jan 2011, 19:15

... oh and I forgot :
I didn't found Charly !!! :roll:

I hope he is not fell in the water!!! :confused:
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Posted by Reno on 05 Jan 2011, 19:34

Amazing! Excelent work!!!!!
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Posted by santifernandez on 05 Jan 2011, 20:40

:thumbup: :thumbup:a diorama fantastic,good.
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Posted by The Observer on 05 Jan 2011, 23:23

:love: :love: :love:

Great Diorama with lifelike attitude! Absolutely awesome!!!! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:


I also think Charly is the dude in the striped dress...but where are Charlie´s Angels????? :lol:
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Posted by Don_Suhr on 06 Jan 2011, 00:41

Pls give us more! Its just beautifl!
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Posted by Toma on 06 Jan 2011, 11:20

GREAT WORK. Congratulations. Lifelike medieval harbor :-D .
I like your buildings. How did you make roofs?
I agree with others, show us more.
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Posted by T. Dürrschmidt on 06 Jan 2011, 11:33

Sorry for the others, but this is by far the damn best presentation of the Hanse Kogg I´ve ever seen. :love:

The water effects, the houses, the ship, the whole feeling is great.
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Posted by Bourbaki on 06 Jan 2011, 11:46

:love3: :love3: Master piece!
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Posted by Paul on 06 Jan 2011, 13:42

Maurice wrote:Damn this is great work... Did you make this Christophe? How long did it take you? How many figures are there? Who produces the civilian figures?

There a a lot of Airfix bods....the two in the rowing boat, one on the "bridge" and one or two more on the left of the Kogge. There are a few Zvezda ones as well, for example an english knight fron the 100 yrs war set heaving a sack next to the Kogge. there also are a few that look like Mini art frnch and bergundains..the one with the cross bow looks like one who used to be a ladder climbing one.
Some also look very much like Blackcat /old glory or mega mini figs but there is a huge amount of conversions in the scene whatever maker they are.
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Posted by christophe on 06 Jan 2011, 14:08

Hello, Thanks a lot for your congratulations............I found news pictures.
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Posted by SamSagace on 06 Jan 2011, 16:56

T. Dürrschmidt wrote:Sorry for the others, but this is by far the damn best presentation of the Hanse Kogg I´ve ever seen. :love:
The water effects, the houses, the ship, the whole feeling is great.

I agree with you!! the best one!!! :love:

and Thanks Christophe! you can post over 100 pictures... no problem !!! :thumbup:
(even the pics are good!!! :lol: )
but sorry: I didn't found Charly!!! :nono:
(... but WHO is Charly ??? :roll: )
Paul wrote:There a a lot of Airfix bods....the two in the rowing boat, one on the "bridge" and one or two more on the left of the Kogge. There are a few Zvezda ones as well, for example an english knight fron the 100 yrs war set heaving a sack next to the Kogge. there also are a few that look like Mini art french and Burgundians..the one with the cross bow looks like one who used to be a ladder climbing one.
Some also look very much like Blackcat /old glory or mega mini figs but there is a huge amount of conversions in the scene whatever maker they are.

... if you say that.. you seems to be sure... :mrgreen:
many conversions, yes! for the others, I don't know....
But I'm sure for Valdemar's !!!
(the man with the dog for example is a fig from "VA126 Medieval Guards resting":
http://www.valdemarminiatures.com/infor ... _version=1
I'm sure you can find other ones!!! :mrgreen:

Christophe?? can you confirm ??
Everybody here is interested!! :evil:
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Posted by Michel on 06 Jan 2011, 17:01

...absolute incredible!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Perfect arranged! Absolutly lifelike!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I love it...!!!!!!!! :love: :love: :love:
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Posted by Paul on 06 Jan 2011, 18:08

Paul wrote:There a a lot of Airfix bods....the two in the rowing boat, one on the "bridge" and one or two more on the left of the Kogge. There are a few Zvezda ones as well, for example an english knight fron the 100 yrs war set heaving a sack next to the Kogge. there also are a few that look like Mini art french and Burgundians..the one with the cross bow looks like one who used to be a ladder climbing one.
Some also look very much like Blackcat /old glory or mega mini figs but there is a huge amount of conversions in the scene whatever maker they are.

SamSagace wrote:... if you say that.. you seems to be sure... :mrgreen:
many conversions, yes! for the others, I don't know....
But I'm sure for Valdemar's !!!
(the man with the dog for example is a fig from "VA126 Medieval Guards resting":
http://www.valdemarminiatures.com/infor ... _version=1
I'm sure you can find other ones!!! :mrgreen:

Christophe?? can you confirm ??
Everybody here is interested!! :evil:


And there are definately some of the french knights from Zvezda in there...and possibly a revell one but there´s so far only been photos showing him from above. In fact just about every maker of medievals seems to be represented.
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Posted by Jsobi on 06 Jan 2011, 20:39

Hi,



simply......................................................stunning.............................................only one word is to say:............................................................................................whow


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Posted by christophe on 07 Jan 2011, 00:12

All figures come from Valdemar in metal or resine
3 figures from airfix with transformation
and 2 from Hecker
............... I forgot , accessory from Nikolai, farm animals from pegasus and 1 horse from preiser and boats from Zvezda
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Posted by Don_Suhr on 07 Jan 2011, 01:20

Gosh soooo good! When im looking@ these pics i can rly imagine the terrible aroma of the dark age! Again brilliant hope to see more of your work in the future,looking forward!
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Posted by arkhunter2002 on 07 Jan 2011, 06:15

Wanna tell us how you did the water? :mrgreen:
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