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Russian intervention in 1849

Posted by TK on 29 Jun 2019, 09:25

Hi,

Artur Görgei was the most success Hungarian general in 1848-49 wars. There is an exchibition for 200th anniversary of his birth in the National Museum of Hungary in Budapest.
For the exchibition, I made a 2 x 3 m size diorama about the war situation in Summer of 1849. The diorama is a 3D map of the Hungarian Kingdom in 1:300 000 scale. There are 1200 15mm (1:100) figures. 1 figures represented 500 soldiers and 1 gun represented 25 real guns.
There are 2 battles and 3 army camps mini diorama.

The exchibition is open until 20th August.

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More photos you can see here:
http://wargame.hu/magyarorszag-hadi-helyzete-1849-nyaran/


Bye,
TK
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Posted by Kostis Ornerakis on 29 Jun 2019, 09:35

Wonderful work!! :yeah: :-D
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Posted by Emperor on 29 Jun 2019, 11:39

Great work :-D
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Posted by Graeme on 29 Jun 2019, 18:23

That is absolutely fabulous!.

I love to see dioramas like this in museums and I think there should be more of them.
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Posted by MABO on 30 Jun 2019, 22:33

Fantastic job!
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Posted by Susofrick on 01 Jul 2019, 08:24

Oh! Pity I can't go there! Looks fantastic!
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Posted by C M Dodson on 11 Jul 2019, 07:32

Very well done indeed.

There is an extraordinary amount of work present here.

The painting for 15 mm is excellent too.

Well done.

Best wishes,

Chris
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