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Posted by Luis on 30 Dec 2019, 21:16

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Posted by Bluefalchion on 31 Dec 2019, 01:03

Amazing! Are these for Stalingrad?
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Posted by MABO on 02 Jan 2020, 02:00

Really amazing, I second that. Looks like they will start running in the next moment.
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Posted by Luis on 02 Jan 2020, 22:07

Yes it is inspired in Stalingrado.
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Posted by Mai Strac on 03 Jan 2020, 09:36

:drool: Impressive! No words!!! :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Posted by santifernandez on 03 Jan 2020, 21:12

Fantastic,what trade are the figures...miniart?
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Posted by Luis on 05 Jan 2020, 09:54

No Santi , they are Evolution Miniatures .
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Posted by Michael Robert on 09 Jan 2020, 23:40

Hi Luis
Great craftmanship on these figures and very dynamic.
Nevertheless, to me there is something wrong in the set-up, and please do not beat me. Sure, you can call me a button counter.
My problem is that the leading guy is wearing the uniform of a political officer. The duty of these guys was to ensure that the law and orders of the one party and his inspired leader Stalin was applied to the letter. In Stalingrad the order was Ne kakova schaga nazad (« Not one step back »).
So the guy with the blue cap should not lead, but push.
Cheers
Michael
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Posted by Luis on 11 Jan 2020, 12:55

Very grateful and thank you very much for your information . The truth is that this is the first scene I paint of the WWII .
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Posted by MABO on 14 Jan 2020, 20:18

Michael Robert wrote:Hi Luis
Great craftmanship on these figures and very dynamic.
Nevertheless, to me there is something wrong in the set-up, and please do not beat me. Sure, you can call me a button counter.
My problem is that the leading guy is wearing the uniform of a political officer. The duty of these guys was to ensure that the law and orders of the one party and his inspired leader Stalin was applied to the letter. In Stalingrad the order was Ne kakova schaga nazad (« Not one step back »).
So the guy with the blue cap should not lead, but push.
Cheers
Michael


Maybe he pushed the boys in front of him... ;-)
Thanks for this info.
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