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I present the work of my friend. It’s a great person modeler Sergey Barmin.
This is his new work titled 1/43: “Where’s the driver?!”
Enjoy and smile! 🙂
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Rob Pollock said on December 26, 2015
Once again, Sergey’s work stands out from the crowd. A well executed scene combining vehicles, figures, and landscape in a seemingly effortless combination. Great colour palette as well. Thank’s for posting, Vlad.
Milan D. said on December 26, 2015
Haha, didn’t expect that 🙂 Nice job, great example of diorama with the realistic situation, well presented. Thanks for sharing!
P.k said on December 26, 2015
He,he look great diorama whit life story!
Craig Abrahamson said on December 26, 2015
Very imaginative…:) – and nicely finished. Pass along my compliments.
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on December 26, 2015
And mine! Incredible painting, weathering and details for 1/43rd!
Simon Whitney said on December 26, 2015
Great work there Sergey, it has all the elements there.
Stephen W Towle said on December 26, 2015
Modeling with a rye sense of humor. A very down to earth sense of humor. Definitely a candidate for models of the month in my book with the creative story line and dio.
Stellan Schroeder Englund said on December 26, 2015
Great model and humor!
Korolev Vlad said on December 27, 2015
Sergey very glad that you liked it.
Dirk Derks said on December 27, 2015
Excellent diorama.Did send some pics to my fellow (truckbuilders) clubmembers
Thanks for sharing.
Maxim Bylkin said on December 29, 2015
Just saw the whole diorama whole, with all the characters. What can I say- cool!)) Great dyed, have a story, and there is a sense of humor!
Jeff Bailey said on July 21, 2017
Plenty of smiles! Great work!
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