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Well I was impressed with the last contribution, I am even more impressed with this one, superb conversions, and at first glance I am struggling once again to identify the base figures,painting and ground work yet again faultless ,stunning work, take a bow sir.
Fine work, great animations and conversions. Well done!
Perhaps Pepe would provide some notes on which figures were used and how these conversions were done?
The dynamism of that scene is incredible! They really are charging across my screen. Fabulous stuff.
Isn’t this just superb!? The absolute highlight for me is the wonderful sheen that you have achieved on the horses’ flanks. They look like perfectly groomed chargers.
A delight to look at.
I add my compliments - not only on a great diorama and the artistry involved, but also I had to look up the subject and increased my historic knowledge. Thanks for both the eye candy and the history lesson. At least one old dog has learned a new "trick" today.
Great painting and conversions and a superb base! Bravo!
A marvellous contribution with a real dynamic atmosphere created by an excellent composition and clever conversions.
Personally I would have put the casualties nearer the swordsmen but this may be optics exaggerating the distance, a problem I have had to deal with myself.
This is how a story is told in my opinion.
Absolutely wonderful work. Museum quality!!
Beautiful inspirational modelling.
Thank you for sharing with us all.
I must say Pepe's latest diorama is superb. I think I can make out a number of Airfix WW1 American infantry again...but would like to know what other figures have been used. Fabulous animation, painting and groundwork.
@ Señor Bautista,
my compliments on your successful realisation of this dramatic scene and consequential thematisation of an highly interesting but unfortunately largely overlooked conflict.
Excellent work on both, scenery and figures. :+1:
Could it be that some figures came from Waterloo1815s WWI Italian Cavalry?
Thanks again for sharing your superb work, its explicitly contributions like this that keep hobby forums worth reading. :+1: