Needing a change of pace, I put this together.
As it does involve armor and a soldier, I determined it to be viable Armorama subject matter.
This unlucky Star Wars Storm Trooper came to a very grisly end, many months ago. The Empire didn’t even bother to bury him.
I merged a kit of a Star Wars storm trooper with a skeleton kit I found on Amazon.
Of course, the base was built just as I do with all of my more traditional dioramas.
I used the traditional techniques of an armor modeler, to paint the poor slob. I doubt if any SciFi modeler would have those tricks up his sleeve…
It was just a fun little exercise. One designed as a distraction from assembling yet another set of Panther track links.
I hope you’ll get a kick out of.
Like it a lot!
Just think the neck is too long. Unless the head is severed from the body…
Quite imaginative in my opinion .As I’ve stated elsewhere I really like these “non traditional” types of builds. Great job all around.
Defiantly not a big Star Wars fan but I do like this diorama! The ground work and weathering on the figure is great. It’s fun to take a spin out of your regular area every so often.
Looks awesome! The weathering and everything else look spot on perfect!
You may be right - the neck may be out of proportion. Thanks
Yea, it looks like whatever killed him severed his neck. Or maybe someone/something? snapped the neck while removing the helmet.
Great imaginative work you’ve got there. I think a change of pace like this is needed sometimes!
Interesting subject. Not sure I’ve ever seen a similar one. Good looking dio!
I really like ‘thinking outside the box’ items. I think they inspire a lot of people in many different ways. Well done!
Great work man! I really like the concept, definitely my style! Cheers! /Erik