120mm Airborne Resin Figures Sculpted by Maurice Corry, offered by Mitches Military Models, Freedom Model Kits 1/16th German Sd.kfz.2 Kettenkraftrad Typ HK 101.
Resin figures painted in oils over an acrylic base. Scratch built outhouse and fencing with standard ground work applied over blue construction foam.
Bob, (Hope), was not expecting guests this fine June morning when he made a quick stop to take care of business. Freddie and Billy, however, were pretty giddy when they found a prize souvenir and plenty of chow and booze in the back of the track-bike. Sgt. Hank kept Bob under guard while the booty was tallied. Poor Bob!
This was a really fun build with a great set of figures and some good old scratch work as well. This is by far the quickest I have ever produced a Large-Scale figure diorama, just under six months.
Great work. Looks like the quality of work that gets published. Very nice technique. Far better than my figures. Critique, it would have helped to have the smock unbuttoned with one hand holding the pants and the other raised in the air.
Thanks, Top. That would have been a lot of scratch work, so we’ll leave it up to the viewer to interpret the scene. This scenario was the only way to get them all in with the track-bike and condense the footprint of the base, hence Bob wasn’t actually caught with his pants down, HA!
However, he was drunk enough to leave his weapon on the driver’s seat
Thank you very much!
Thanks, Johnny, you are too kind.
Thanks, Trisaw. I’m gonna have to try that, never thought about it, good idea. Ok, howz this?
Absolutely beautiful “work”.
Outnumbered, outflanked, and surrounded, Bob is forced to surrender his fortified position to the enemy. Based on real-life, I’m sure! Seriously, just outstanding, especially the painting of the figures!