Jackal mk2. Afghanistan 'Inspiration' by Alexander Snegiryov | Armorama™

Adie Roberts continues his inspirations to help inspire modellers of all abilities to work out of their comfort zone building dioramas or just trying new builds.


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That looks just stellar! The angle of the Jackal and the figures all looking in the same direction makes the vignette look ultra-realistic. Thumbs way up! :smiley:

Especially the way the wheels and suspension are adjusted to follow the terrain is fantastic!

I agree with what has already been said about this but I have to say my favourite thing about the scene is the camo on the figs. One of the finest scale renditions I’ve yet seen.

I don’t think it was mentioned… but this is a 1/48 scale model!

Even more impressive if you know the scale.

Mario

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Outstanding ! No matter where you look you see some small detail that you’d never think about but upon seeing it it makes total sense!
Question: the cargo nets on the side, home made? 3D printed? or something else?
If homemade, how did you do it?
Many thanks Alexander for sharing with us and Adie, thanks for bringing it to our attention !