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1/35 figures

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Alex Lopez, Mar 13, 2013.

  1. Alex Lopez Active Member

    Soldier & child 1/35


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  2. Gra30 PlanetFigure Supporter

    Great piece of sculpting, really nice :)
  3. rafaelega Active Member

    Is it going to be sold ? I wish to get one!
  4. Zastrow.cuirassier PlanetFigure Supporter

    Here's a great piece !!!!:)(y)
    If i'm right it's a WWII soldier, it's remember me something saw in film or serie, i do not which (Platoon, Band of Brother....)
    It's look familiar and it's also for that i like it. Another time great work !
  5. mil-mart A Fixture

    Superb sculpting Alex. A great name for it would be ' Daddy's home' .(y)

    Cheers Ken
  6. marios1 Active Member

    hi Alex , your figure is fantastic indeed......he is one figure of a group of more 1.35 us figures or alone? For which manufacter are you realizing it? If you ll sell same one , i am interest for sure!!!!!!!!!


  7. kansas kid Well-Known Member

    Hello Alex: Wow, this is just a super presentation in 1:35th scale.
    Oh boy, I hope it will be available here in the American Heartland,
    and that the information for the distributor/dealer will be available
    soon. Just a beautiful job of sculpting in this very small scale.
    Congrats. . . The Miami Jayhawk
  8. Alex Lopez Active Member

    Thank you all comments!! yep! this is a WW2 soldier, I saw this idea in the movie "the big red one" in last sacene Lee Marvin carries a lost child.
    But, I imagined another scene, when the soldiers entered the towns in France, celebrating with the locals. So may do other ideas, like the girl kissing the soldier etc,,,
    This will be available for sure, by my own firm ICON http://iconfigures.blogspot.mx/ , I´ll post in "NEWS" when it is ready, hope soon,,,
  9. marios1 Active Member

    Ok Alex.i ll wait your news about when and where bought this fine figure...!!!A question.you have in project to erealize other us figures in this series.......or only this.....becouse if you thought to us figures in france another pair in rest poses could be interesting....!!!Please answer me about this last question!!!!


    ,Mario from Italy.
  10. Helm A Fixture

    Excellent sculpt (y)

  11. Alex Lopez Active Member

    Hello Mario, yes I would like make one or two more from same idea, I´m going to sell it as single figure for the moment, I will advice you when it is ready...
    Thank you Steve!!
  12. rafaelega Active Member

    Hi Alex. ¿Cuando estará disponible la figura? Me muero por pintarla! ;)

    When it would be available?
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  13. Von Bock Well-Known Member

    Very nice. The movie I recall is the Big Red One when Lee Marvin is carrying the boy from the concentration camp. Regards Brock
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  14. Alex Lopez Active Member

  15. peedee A Fixture


    Very fitting for any liberation scenario, from the villages inland of Omaha beach through to Germany.
    I would think this will be VERY popular.

    As commercial variants, It would be great, in due course, to see the same idea for other allied troops.
    An indian an aussie and a brit would all look good too.

    All the best with it


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