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Wonderful modelling, painting, groundwork and photography, supported as always by meticulous research. The quality of these images is almost cinematic: witness the skirmish scene at dusk and the high angle-looking-down view in the last photo, looking over the convoy moving up to battle.
Well done Mr Dodson!
Beautiful and compelling.
The Masterly Mr Dodson strikes again.
Maybe someone should whisper the words 'Blenheim' and 'Ramillies' to him?
Oh wow!!!! Such amazing work!
Some really great eye candy!!
A true diorama, it's like a scene from Gone with the Wind.
So nice to see him back!
As good as the figures are, it's the terrain that's the show-stealer.
Those snake fences are excellent (& so time consuming to make), the buildings iconic & the ground itself (some ploughed even) is so realistic.
Always a pleasure to see such work.
Superb; both humbling and inspiring at the same time. Well done indeed, sir!
One of the best, if not THE best, dioramas I have ever seen !!!!
Ah, 'tis not a diorama, but a dioramic wargame.
Bloody sensational as always Chris.
your scenes of the "Bloodiest day battle" are wonderful.
Wonderful painted figures, great terrain and historic correct buildings and details...
This is, why i like your work so much.
admittedly not really my main area of interest at all, but indeed an excellent composition of wonderfully painted and authentically posed figures as well as great scenery.
A real pleasure to look at! :+1: :slightly_smiling_face:
What a beautiful diorama. What a piece of work. A huge and well done diorama!
Thank you to everyone for their kind comments on my ‘setting the scene’ pictures for my Antietam re fight.
Stretlets have produced a volume of figures for this period, some fantastic and some not so good, but all most useful.
Without them I would have been struggling and they were instrumental in my Lee and Longstreet conversions.