"Bjerkvik 1940". Another figure I finished up last evening. This 1/16 scale figure from Alpine Miniatures I ve painted with acrylics and oils, and I mounted it on a mortar grenade fragment from the fighting in Bjerkvik outside Narvik in 1940.
"Russia 1943" .I finished this one yesterday, a scale 1/16 figure from Mitches Military Models, painted with acrylics and oils. It depicts a fancy Fallschirmjäger officer somewhere in Russia in 1943. Mounted on a piece from a shot down Soviet PE-2 fighterbomber.
Here is my most recent diorama and it is depicting the final days in Berlin. "Strassenkampf. Berlin`45" A Heer officer trying to take control of a street together with a couple of SS soldiers. Scale 1/35. The relic base is a shrapnel sleeve for a german m24. The cobblestones I cut out from a resin base produced by Celticwerks(mastered by Frerik Noordhuis) and the figures are from Dragon.
"Pat a Mat" 1/35. Painted up two figures the last days and made a base for them in a WW2 Soviet soldiers cup. I titled the diorama after an old Czech animation serie about two a bit dim friends :)
"Invasion in the North.1940". 1/35. The last figure I completed this weekend. Mounted on a fragment of a British navy shell fired on German troops and civillian Norwegians outside Narvik in May 1940.
"Bren Gunner.1940" Scale 1/35. Mounted on three .303 casings fired by a Bren, that I found in British fighting positions from 1940 in Northern Norway.
I painted up this Dragon figure this weekend and made a little base for it using a screwcap and a ignitor cord with porcelain ball from a M24 handgrenade. A quick build that will add lots of life to a relic display :)
Yesterday morning I completed this 1/35 figure vignette. It is a Dragon figure mounted on a roadwheel fragment found in the old frontlines of the Kurland Kessel. Hope you like it :)
My latest 1/16 figure project, "Cleaning the Trenchline". This kit had cluttered up my stashbox for ages so I recently decided to put it together and paint it. I found a relic German detonator box and a Sturmabzeichen which I used as a base for it. If anyone need this to liven up the display cabinet just send me a message as it ll be for sale :)
Here is a small two figure vignette I threw together a few weeks ago, "Wacht am Atlantikwall", two soldiers keeping a keen eye on the Northern Norwegian coastline. The figures came from a 1/35 Dragon kit and the base I scratchbuilt from scraps found around the workbench. All painted up with Vallejo Model Colors.
Hope you like it :)