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Casualty Evacuation-Eastern Front

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Most fascinating for me is the agony and despair you've captured

with your figures, especially the stride of the group leader. It's the

stride and posture of a worn out and broken character. Simply

fascinating !!!!

 

Lothar

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Most fascinating for me is the agony and despair you've captured

with your figures, especially the stride of the group leader. It's the

stride and posture of a worn out and broken character. Simply

fascinating !!!!

 

Lothar

Thank you Lothar,I am happy if you think I succeeded here as that is my favorite thing to try and get across. The emotion.  Not easy with plastic,or oil paint,or sculpting. I have always been fascinated by the great artists like DaVinci,etc.

J

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Jerry,

Excellent! Looks like he has the weight of the world on his shoulders.

Really looking forward to the rest!

 

 

Gaz

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Jerry,

Excellent! Looks like he has the weight of the world on his shoulders.

Really looking forward to the rest!

 

 

Gaz

Thanks Gaz,

  I appreciate it buddy !

J

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Excellent, especially his traps. What are you using for slings, etc.?

Thanks Bill,

  I am using  lead foil for the slings,as usual. I find the PE examples to be very hard to get into position.  I did use a PE slide adjuster on the rifle sling though.

J

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