Recapturing Seoul Korean War 1950 'Inspirations' by Toshihiro Kugimiya | 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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Beautiful job ! You hardly ever see Korean War dioramas let alone ones set in the cities. Excellent job all around. The Pershing looks fantastic, especially the stowage on the engine deck; not overly weathered and the figures and groundwork look excellent.

The sandbags in one corner do look a little strange but I could be wrong. There could be a little more debris/ rubble laying around but other than that it’s excellent.

What a fantastic scene- a really wide expanse of road and nicely filled up with bits to look at. I think keeping the facades of the buildings at the very outer edge is a neat idea- you can both appreciate how nicely they are modelled but they let the figures and tank in the centre shine without over-shadowing them.