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Posted by Wiking on 11 May 2019, 10:52

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Posted by Michael Robert on 11 May 2019, 21:20

Hi Wiking
Your diorama is obviously very gore. To say it right away, I like it a lot. In these times of adulation of Game of Thrones and other really gore stuff your contribution is refreshing. It is incredibly dynamic, reminds me somehow of Kill Bill.
Your setting is in Far east. To my mind such settings are also possible for medieval Europe, Crusades, 17th century 30YW, Turkish Balkan Wars, cossacs, many civil wars, night of St Barthelemy
Thanks for showing
Keep up your creative work. It’s inspiring
Michael
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Posted by carlosfaro on 12 May 2019, 00:46

Gore it is indeed, as surely the long chino-japanese war actually was..

Hard, but very well done job

A small question form a poor ingnorant: the german armoured reconaissance car is suppsed to be accurate? used by japs or chinese?
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Posted by Wiking on 12 May 2019, 05:44

@ Michael Robert
wrote:
... somehow of Kill Bill.

Yes.
Thank you for the nice commend.


@carlosfaro
wrote:
the german armoured reconaissance car is suppsed to be accurate?
used by japs or chinese?

In chinese use.

https://forum.axishistory.com/download/ ... ?id=107467

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_C ... rld_War_II

http://www.ww2incolor.com/chinese-forces/G15.html

I too was very surprised that China own German armored cars and small tanks, guns at that time.


Thank you for the nice reply.
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Posted by huib on 12 May 2019, 15:48

What a terrible diorama! :eh: :shock: :mrgreen:

What does it mentally do with a modeller to make such scenes? :mad:

Luckily the white rabbit is restoring the mental balance. :yeah:

Great work, great imagination, great terror!
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Posted by Susofrick on 13 May 2019, 07:39

Agree with huib! The white rabbit saves our minds!
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 13 May 2019, 16:02

I am glad you now general focus more on peaceful or humorous scenes, although not always.

But Japan v. China in the 30s and 40s has to be one of the world's most brutal conflicts. N___ Germany v. Soviet Union, too.
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Posted by Graeme on 13 May 2019, 17:02

Depictions of war can sometimes appear to be sanitised. Not the case here, a really desperate struggle.
The Tarrantino link occured to me too, or perhaps a Hong Kong martial arts movie. Darker than some of your other scenes but amazing stuff, as always.

looks like a freak event stopped the bridge from being blown.
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Posted by Beano Boy on 15 May 2019, 15:04

lots of action and gore a plenty.
A big slice of armless fun in more ways then one.
Extraordinary action upon a right angled bridge.
The highly alleviated Officer of far away looks,
_reminds me of playing, `who`s the king of the castle'.
Are we being directed to music elsewhere?

:winky: Anyway for now......
where is Alice ? The white rabbit is running, he`s much too late.
He must find the right entrance hole. :mrgreen: Or is that the left one?
It will be a mixed up case of painting the roses red, and off with his long eared head.

:coffee: : Long ears now there is a memory of a fellow now come into my head. BB
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