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This is looking great already.
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nice touch with the kids in the house wreckage [smile]

I remember using a hot knife to put dents in vehicles [wink]

this is shaping up great, especially with all those figures [smile]

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This is looking great already.


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nice touch with the kids in the house wreckage [smile]

I remember using a hot knife to put dents in vehicles [wink]

this is shaping up great, especially with all those figures [smile]


Thanks Paul!

I hope I will achieve a good result, For now I just have the scene on my bench and reposition the figures when I walk by to see what I like the most.

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I like this photo, I like the lighting angle, it's like a snapshot from a story.
I like the two soldiers kick the butt, it's like they are drunk and glad to still be alive whilst some of the others look weary as the fighting is over, for now.
I like the light and shadow on the young girl standing by the window with arms crossed, resenting her home being destroyed and defiantly suspicious of these strangers,
the younger boy, too young to really process what's going on, oblivious to some of the chaos around him playing collect the wood and put it it into the cart. 

I also like the inside of the house being in shadow like this as it emphasizes the disparity of the human struggle to survive etc. etc. [biggrin]
This is gonna be awesome when painted and with a backdrop ! [smile]
more rubble and litter on the street though [wink]

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I like this photo, I like the lighting angle, it's like a snapshot from a story.
I like the two soldiers kick the butt, it's like they are drunk and glad to still be alive whilst some of the others look weary as the fighting is over, for now.
I like the light and shadow on the young girl standing by the window with arms crossed, resenting her home being destroyed and defiantly suspicious of these strangers,
the younger boy, too young to really process what's going on, oblivious to some of the chaos around him playing collect the wood and put it it into the cart. 

I also like the inside of the house being in shadow like this as it emphasizes the disparity of the human struggle to survive etc. etc. [biggrin]
This is gonna be awesome when painted and with a backdrop ! [smile]
more rubble and litter on the street though [wink]

[IMG_20160820_234633_zpslgyyyk0v]





Thanks Paul!

Seems like I almost managed to tell the story I had in mind. The "drunken" guys are actually meant to be a soviet soldier giving a German one a kick in the back since he got behind the rest of the POWs, but hopefully that will become more clear with some color on the uniforms [smile] (and getting the soviet dude in the right position, he kind of slipped backwards on the blu-tack [biggrin]).

Glad you liked the kids I really hope they will bring a sense of war being about so much more than soldiers and tanks and also contribute to a little "surprise" for the viewer who cares to look beyond the first impression.

I will absolutely add more rubble and litter both to the street and behind the wall. Among other things I got these to help me along



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Very nice composition Daniel! Very interesting idea to put "the other side of the story" inside the building.
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No kidding! This has the earmarks of a real winner already.
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Daniel, your pics are fine and the setup really helps get an idea of where you are going. Great work. that beetle alone is fantastic!
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this looks great before painting!!
cant wait to see it in colour

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Thank you all!!

Made a little progress on the base

Made a broken pipe from a straw, so that I have somewhere to put my beloved water effects [biggrin]



Decided to pull out the AB and put on some paint! Got the base paints on the building, I think that my focus will be on the building and base for a while now.








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that is looking really good !! [smile]
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Impressive progress, looking great!
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this is really shaping up already! great details even now.
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Thanks guys!

First time I have sprayed something that big and flat, so I was a little bit worried about what kind of result I would get. But I like how it looks. Will work a lot more on the bricks, try the hairspray technique on the window frames and weather the hole thing with oils and pigments.

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