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Young Min, Jang
Dear all my friend.
Today early morning, I finished this Dio.
Base including road,, and house was made by myself.
It was really fun works.
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Craig Abrahamson said on March 19, 2018
Fantastic craftsmanship, sir….one of the best I’ve seen. VERY nice work indeed!!
The “campfire” is an especially nice touch (as is the ‘iced-in’ Tiger) – 🙂
Young Min, Jang said on March 19, 2018
I used chip led for fire. ^^
Rob Anderson said on March 19, 2018
Man that is very very nice!
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on March 19, 2018
Great diorama! Lots going on, and beautifully done. Love the crows!
Crows are also a favorite in this works. It made by 3d frinter.
David A. Thomas said on March 19, 2018
I remember seeing a photo of my father in Frankfurt, fall of 1945, standing in front of a pile of rubble. The caption, written by his friend, read, “John Thomas standing in front of another fine example of German architecture.” It is a forgivable display of monstrous humor by boys who had lived through the war years. One of the greatest tragedies was that the German people themselves numbered significantly among Hitler’s victims.
Sincerely thanks a lot. Mr. David.
I feel same that we korean also took painful time in korean war.
So always when I work my dios, I’ve tried to understand not as a modeller, as a that people in that time. Once more, deeply thank you.
Tom Cleaver said on March 20, 2018
You really do that. You put humanity in your work. Love to see what you could do with the retreat down Funchilin Pass from Chosin in 1950.
Gary Wiley said on March 19, 2018
Excellent diorama! You really captured that scene well.
Michel Verschuere said on March 19, 2018
Very nice it really captures the spirit of the time cold, desparate fight until the end of the nazi dictatorship. Indeed, as Craig said, one of the best I ve ever seen!
Fortunately, Many friends understood my point of this dio.
So I am very happy.
Matt Minnichsoffer said on March 19, 2018
Incredible work. The frost is so good I can feel the cold.
Young Min, Jang said on March 20, 2018
In nowdays,, good products are many,, I used AK 8011.
1944-45 – the coldest winter in Europe in over a century. The temperature went down 30 degrees F looking at this, sitting here in Los Angeles (which was populated by midwesterners looking to get away from winters like this).
Best figures I have seen in a long time – real expressions on their faces.
A portrait of survival in the midst of defeat.
I really, really like this.
Thank you so much. Tom!!
Always I tried to make real mood more than detail,, but result is just try.
Actually the most difficult work is painting figure.
I want to enjoy and study making good dio.
Thanks my dio and sorry for poor English.
david leigh-smith said on March 20, 2018
Simply breathtaking work. I think Tom is absolutely correct, the expressions on your faces makes this diorama exceptional.
Thanks! David. Through figures I like to show my dio’s point.
But always I satisfied 50%, I will study more.
Paul Nash said on March 20, 2018
Young Min – I think the figures, their clothing, the detail of their posture and the groupings of the figures show exceptional skill. Fantastic!! Paul
Painting 1/35 figures is always same thing like clibming big mountains.
Tom Bebout said on March 20, 2018
Very excellent work, you captured the the destruction, the weather, and the facial expressions perfectly. Nice work, lots of detail in every photo.
Despair is my point of this dio. ^^
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on March 20, 2018
That scene around the fire barrel is unbelievable! The lighting and facial expressions are lifelike! When I was in the Army in Basic (Winter, ’67-8), I stood around several. I could identify with that, immediately. Timeless stuff, just a buncha guys trying to get warm, between acts, as it were. Marshall Vignys’ phrase, Servitude Militaire. Oh, yeah!
Thank you. Sir!!
I was born in 1967. I wanted make a soldier’s life in war.
They should eat and sleep too,, for survive.
Because of chip LED, I can make fire, lighting for many things .
Robert Royes said on March 21, 2018
You can feel the cold in this great diorama!
Young Min, Jang said on March 22, 2018
Thanks. Robert !!
Greg Kittinger said on March 21, 2018
Wow – excellent! Really comes to life.
Thanks a lot. Greg !!
George Williams said on March 23, 2018
Beautifully done, lots of detail well observed, but not too much.
Young Min, Jang said on March 23, 2018
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