"Fahrkarten bis zur Endstation"

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"Fahrkarten bis zur Endstation"

Joined: August 10th, 2007, 1:37 pm

March 10th, 2012, 4:05 pm #1

"Fahrkarten bis zur Endstation"

This is what Heinz Guderian shouted when his tanks where passing by.

Here a few photo's from this little vignette.

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The 38t before it was added into the scene:
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I would like tho thank Volker for giving me his usefull tips regarding the painting of wood and Radek for how to make mud.

Thanks for looking!

Cheers,

Roger





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Joined: April 7th, 2007, 12:52 am

March 10th, 2012, 4:29 pm #2

excellent piece, Roger! Your tank crew is perfect; creating perfect movement and flow in the composition. The whole thing is exceptional, congratulations!

Cheers, Tracy
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Joined: August 7th, 2006, 8:19 pm

March 10th, 2012, 4:34 pm #3

"Fahrkarten bis zur Endstation"

This is what Heinz Guderian shouted when his tanks where passing by.

Here a few photo's from this little vignette.

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The 38t before it was added into the scene:
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I would like tho thank Volker for giving me his usefull tips regarding the painting of wood and Radek for how to make mud.

Thanks for looking!

Cheers,

Roger




Roger,
The scene came out super, I love every single piece of it, the simple idea, composition, painjob, attention to details...
I'm glad the mud mixture worked so well!

Radek
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Joined: February 1st, 2007, 3:14 pm

March 10th, 2012, 6:08 pm #4

"Fahrkarten bis zur Endstation"

This is what Heinz Guderian shouted when his tanks where passing by.

Here a few photo's from this little vignette.

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The 38t before it was added into the scene:
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I would like tho thank Volker for giving me his usefull tips regarding the painting of wood and Radek for how to make mud.

Thanks for looking!

Cheers,

Roger




Hi there!
I love the whole composition of your little scene.
What really caught my attention, are the bystanding villagers. Their look is fabulous and touching. I'm having dificulties in expressing the exact impression they left on me. The sad gaze of uncertainty and helplesness, watching the german invaders moving through their land. This is art.
Enough said.

Fabulous work!

Best regards
Steven from Munich
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Joined: August 9th, 2005, 6:22 pm

March 10th, 2012, 6:26 pm #5

Nice one mate all works well
Lester
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Joined: October 6th, 2007, 1:12 pm

March 10th, 2012, 8:06 pm #6

"Fahrkarten bis zur Endstation"

This is what Heinz Guderian shouted when his tanks where passing by.

Here a few photo's from this little vignette.

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The 38t before it was added into the scene:
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I would like tho thank Volker for giving me his usefull tips regarding the painting of wood and Radek for how to make mud.

Thanks for looking!

Cheers,

Roger




Hi Roger
That's a very well done little scene. The interaction works very well figures,paintwork and all the details WOW
I like it very much, the hut and the groundwork are a real stunner.
And the birch is a nice eyecatcher.

Looking forward to your next project

Cheers Oliver
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Joined: October 13th, 2005, 7:45 am

March 11th, 2012, 12:51 am #7

"Fahrkarten bis zur Endstation"

This is what Heinz Guderian shouted when his tanks where passing by.

Here a few photo's from this little vignette.

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The 38t before it was added into the scene:
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I would like tho thank Volker for giving me his usefull tips regarding the painting of wood and Radek for how to make mud.

Thanks for looking!

Cheers,

Roger




Great attention to detail...and exceptional finish.

Well done.
Best.
Ray Blythe.
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Joined: August 31st, 2010, 3:59 pm

March 11th, 2012, 1:44 am #8

"Fahrkarten bis zur Endstation"

This is what Heinz Guderian shouted when his tanks where passing by.

Here a few photo's from this little vignette.

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The 38t before it was added into the scene:
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I would like tho thank Volker for giving me his usefull tips regarding the painting of wood and Radek for how to make mud.

Thanks for looking!

Cheers,

Roger




Beautiful work. What does the phrase mean in English? I got D's in high school German.
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Joined: April 4th, 2006, 8:52 pm

March 11th, 2012, 6:18 am #9

"Fahrkarten bis zur Endstation"

This is what Heinz Guderian shouted when his tanks where passing by.

Here a few photo's from this little vignette.

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The 38t before it was added into the scene:
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I would like tho thank Volker for giving me his usefull tips regarding the painting of wood and Radek for how to make mud.

Thanks for looking!

Cheers,

Roger




Love the colour balance allover, the strong panzer grey is really well balanced in the overall earth colour atmosphere ... well done mate!

You proved yourself you not only do yellow tanks : )
Looking foward for your new nasterpiece [sssshhhhhhhhh]



Ivan

http://icdesign.webs.com/
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Joined: September 27th, 2004, 11:44 am

March 11th, 2012, 7:45 am #10

Beautiful work. What does the phrase mean in English? I got D's in high school German.
"Ticket to the last station" Meaning keep going to the end of the line basically.

My favourite quote from Guderian is:
"We have severely underestimated the Russians, the extent of the country and the treachery of the climate. This is the revenge of reality"
He was a smart and brave man, and if he had been allowed to run things his way we'd probably (and maybe tragically) be living in a different world.

Anyway, your dio is brilliant. I love the way you've based it on the photo and executed the result well. The interaction of all the figures is spot on.
Looks great.
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