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Finally added the figures to the vignette. I hope you all like the results. Thanks.
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It seems like such a mundane subject but when captured this way it's an amazing diorama. The whole things is truly fantastic!
Thank you very much Brian. I'm kinda into mundane subject matters. Not many really dive into this area, so often. 🙂
I know someone to whom this very thing happened, Charles. Very, very well done!
Thank you Dave. I've seen quite a lot, especially at truck docks.
Wonderful, my friend Charles! The figures' expression couldn't be more realistic.
So true. Thank you.
That is a riot! You’ve shown me a totally different direction that modeling can go … comic relief! Instead of trying to get all the meticulous details correct on a plane or a tank this is looks like a more relaxed and fun type of project. Very well done and thank you.
Thank you kindly, Dan. 🙂
Wow, the figures are life like. Charles are they 3D printed and scanned from real figures? They have been painted to perfection. I'm familiar with the saggy, baggie white and pasty age group. Being a member myself and in the winter saggy and baggie apply after all of the holidays. With promises of I'll only eat one plate of . . . and a promise of exercising everyday after the fact.
A good compositional choice of placing the red box between the figures and towards the center of diorama. Its ties everything together and brings the viewers eye towards the center. It makes things work.
Two thumbs up.
I hand no choice, smashed the like button.
Hi Stephen. Appreciate the break down of the diorama. Smart deduction right there. 😉 The figures were scanned from real life individuals and are 3D printed. They are from http://reedoak.com/. Their selections are fantastic. Do check them out.
Glad you liked the results Gary.
Very original, outstanding work as usual.
My humble thanks Greg.
The figures do complete this diorama perfectly, Charles @tiking
So much realism in this build, for example to cracked concrete where the forklift hits the tarmac.
Glad you noticed it John. Thanks buddy. 🙂
Very lifelike. I think anyone that has worked with a forklift has had a similar incident. Ask me how I know! Well done. I
HeHe! Thank you Steve. I am sure they have, one way or the other.
I've seen that look before. Captures that moment when words fail.
HeHe! Well, they'll be having a long conversion after that. 🙂
Great scene so well done. Don't let the Health and Safety brigade see it they will think it's real it's that good 👍
HaHa! Thanks man! Someone got a quick pick just in case he needs some extra cash. 😉
Wonderful, artistic work, as usual, Charles. Congratulations for capturing such a complex instant with such amazing faithfulness!
Aaaah! Thanks Christopher. Much appreciated.
LOL I work in manufacturing, I have seen very similar scenes, well done!
Great figures, Charles, love the graffiti, too.
Thanks George. Glad you like the results.
The figures add that extra something and you've painted them well. Great result.
Thanks Christopher. It took some time getting the right look for them, but mostly the skin texture. Painting figures is not my strongest point, but I am determine to be good at it. 🙂
Ooops! Maybe he's related to the boss. Great detail!
Hi Robert. Could be.Even so, he gets no pass regardless. Favoritism isn't allowed. 🙂
Riiiight. One would hope so. Where I worked he would first get a drug test and probably get time in the street [suspention].
I hear ya! I guess it all depends, uh? 🙂
No Christmas for you! Well done, Charles.
He!He! I guess not. But the boss might have a change of heart when he gains his composure back. 😉
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Thank you very much.
Fantastic - great humour
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