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Oberpfälzer Firing Line at Hiltersried 1433, Update!

Posted by Michel on 28 Sep 2008, 14:37

On Battle of Hiltersried the Bavarian/German Troops defeats the Hussite War Wagons in the first Time...
Here is the Handguner/Crossbowmen Line!
My Friend, Thomas Duerrschmidt helps my a lot with this huge Diorama!
My next Diorama is the Cavalry and the Foot Soldiers...
At Last but not least, the Hussite War Wagons...

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Better Photos on Thursday!!!
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Posted by Siegfried on 28 Sep 2008, 16:04

wow! Impressive painting and ground work! :thumbup:

Cheers,

Christiaan
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Posted by Adam on 28 Sep 2008, 16:34

Fabulous mate- really really nice. I love the ground, and well worht taking it ourside to photograph for the natural light!

Very impressed! :thumbup:
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Posted by Thanos on 29 Sep 2008, 07:50

great work!!!

it seems that the knight in charge awaits for us to reinforce the line! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

wow!!!!

well done!
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Posted by Alex on 29 Sep 2008, 08:29

:thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
I liked All!!! Very long it is possible to look at this work and to take pleasure!!!
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Posted by Benno on 29 Sep 2008, 11:14

Great work Michel! Really superb!

Could you tell me how you did the earth on this model? I'm still trying to get a hang on basing and stuff.. ;-)
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Posted by Michel on 29 Sep 2008, 12:17

Hi Benno... ;-)

First I use a Styrodur Foam Plate as Base!
Then cut of a second Plate as a Hill and glue it on the First!
The Earth is a mixture of Molto Holz-Reparatur-Spachtel and Bird-Sand and brown Dispersion Paint!
I mix these components then with a spatula.
This mash is applied on the Styrodur, make Tracks and Craters and after light hard the mash, I brush it dry!
You have enough Time to change it, till you like ;-) ...
Then glue the figures on it and raise the grass!
Ready! :thumbup:
The mass does not contort, there originate no tears on the surface and it is much lighter than gips!
Perfect for every Diorama use, if you change, for example, the ground Colour or the Sand...
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Posted by Susofrick on 29 Sep 2008, 15:05

It really looks astonishing! Great thanks for showing us! :thumbup:
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Posted by Roland_Kupski on 29 Sep 2008, 18:53

Super!!!
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Posted by Valion on 29 Sep 2008, 18:57

Einfach genial ! Weiter so, Jungs ;)

Damn, it's so good to see so many people doing greater dioramas each day.. Maybe it's about time to plan sort of a fair for them !? :thumbup:
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Posted by jakub_mroczkowski on 29 Sep 2008, 19:27

I like diversity of the figures you used in diorama and keep trying to identify what set they come from. I can recognize Zvezda's and I suppose Orion's figures. I can see some Revell's and Mini-Art's as well. One of the standard bearers is a Revell's conversion I think. Give me a hint what is the carriage made from? Horses seem to be familiar (8027 - Medieval Field Powder Artillery if I'm not mistaken) . I like the terrain much and and the group of let's say "chatting" soldiers. Really natural full of life set up and could be a starter for a bigger project. I made myself a couple o dioramas once presented on Hat forum mainly ancient roman subjects. It's gone some time now I did any. It only inspires in me a desire to get back to it.
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Posted by Nono on 29 Sep 2008, 19:34

very nice :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Posted by Konrad on 29 Sep 2008, 21:28

Super Arbeit Michel.
Really amazing work.
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Posted by Martin on 29 Sep 2008, 22:07

Hi Michel,

What a nice diorama!
Gives me some extra inspiration for my own.
Even tracks behind the supply waggon!
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Posted by jesus on 29 Sep 2008, 22:14

Fantastic diorama, Michel! :love:
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Posted by atlock on 29 Sep 2008, 22:21

From which Otokar Vavra's movie those shots are taken? Jan Hus, Jan Zizka ,Proti Vsem... :D

so inspiring ,so nicely done... thx for sharing this beauty

best regards

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Posted by Martin on 29 Sep 2008, 22:23

Hi Michel,

I forgot to mention the shield line: superb done!!
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Posted by Michel on 30 Sep 2008, 05:56

It´s a pleasure for me to show my Work is this fantastic Forum!!!!!! :wave:

@Jakub
The supply Wagon is the Italeri Set Nr.6017 "Napoleonis War Accessoires" ;-)
Indeed, the Horses are from the Zvezda Medieval Field Powder Set!
...also Zvezda French and English Infantry, Italeri Tournament Set, Revell 100Years French and Miniart are used to!
I´ve done a lot of conversations!!!!
I love to cut of and glue... :love: :thumbup:
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Posted by remmchen on 30 Sep 2008, 08:10

A great work. :thumbup: :thumbup:
I like the shields very mutch. :thumbup:
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Posted by Peter on 01 Oct 2008, 21:37

I throw flowers to you Michel! Such a beautiful diorama. And the diversity of the figures is of great standard. :thumbup: :shock:

Greetings Peter
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