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Desperate Defense, Berlin 1945

Post by Kozak1944 on Sun Sep 21, 2014 4:10 pm

Last three dios (Lone Wolf, Assault Engineer and Soviet Recon) were from 2012. This is my last dio made in 2013 - unfortunately despite two ideas that I had - I didn't manged to make something this year.

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The last two photos may seem to you a bit odd but the dog, tank crewman's uniform/look and tank number with the name Rudy refers to an old Polish TV series called "Four tank crewmen and the dog".

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I've found "behind the scenes" photo. All shots were taken in the same place as usual - "The Stairs". I've made all ruins from bricks and rocks that I found in my garden.

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PS The tank is 1:16 scale - hope you got fooled!
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Re: Desperate Defense, Berlin 1945

Post by T.H.A.W. on Sun Sep 21, 2014 4:20 pm

Great pics again!
What camera do you use?...if you don't mind me asking...
I just got a new Canon T5i this year and love it...I cant wait to get out and do some new dios/photo shoots.
Keep up the awesome work brother!

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Re: Desperate Defense, Berlin 1945

Post by Kozak1944 on Sun Sep 21, 2014 4:50 pm

Thanks! I use 12 years old semi-broken, several times felt-on-the-ground and once flooded HP 945. It's old, slow and terribly battery-consuming but very simple in use and I like its photos. Today's cameras are very complicated and drives me nuts with all those options.
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Re: Desperate Defense, Berlin 1945

Post by dti62 on Sun Sep 21, 2014 5:56 pm

Kozak,
I'm going to call you the Polish Diorama Pounder Thumbs Up , no harm intended by that. Reason being, you create some of the "best" dios that I've seen in a while. Lighting, figure posing, an background area that's used. The SS figures look really great, yes, you had me "fooled' with the tank  Blitz . Way to pull it off.You Rock
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Re: Desperate Defense, Berlin 1945

Post by SLICK7 on Mon Sep 22, 2014 5:50 pm

Well done. That's a great group of Germans.
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Re: Desperate Defense, Berlin 1945

Post by mutt71 on Mon Sep 22, 2014 6:37 pm

I LOVE what you have done with the figures and I was fooled by the 1/16 Russian tank! My only suggestion, NOT to be critical, would be, to have no wall behind the Panzerschreck crew. If that thing were to be fired, they would be killed or at least wounded severely by the back blast of the rocket. Just a thought. Everything else looks real to me. BRAVO!
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Re: Desperate Defense, Berlin 1945

Post by Kozak1944 on Tue Sep 23, 2014 10:54 am

Thanks guys! Really appreciate your feedback.

mutt71 you're partially right but I had to put this wall there (behind the scenes photo explains why). Loader would stepped beside - they wouldn't be killed - maybe just contaminated by the fumes. Wall is near but this is open air not closed room. Panzerschreck/Panzerfaust was fired from different trenches, ruins, fox holes, buildings, bunkers, etc.
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Re: Desperate Defense, Berlin 1945

Post by mutt71 on Tue Sep 23, 2014 5:09 pm

Now I totally understand what and why you did what you did. Thant makes sense. I was NOT trying to pick on your work, I find it to be very well done, I was trying to give Constructive help.
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Re: Desperate Defense, Berlin 1945

Post by Kozak1944 on Tue Sep 23, 2014 5:21 pm

Yes, I know and thanks for that. All comments appreciated.
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