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Bloody Bucket Figure W.I.P.

Discussion in 'Sculpting' started by Parkadge, Jan 24, 2005.

  1. Parkadge Member

    I'm sculpting this figure in 1/35 to represent an NCO of the 28th Infantry division during the Battle of the Huertgen Forest
    Hornet head, Historex hands,Verlinden holster and Academy boots (I think). I still have a lot of cleaning up to do and I think he might be too well built around the shoulders? Santa didn't bring me that Digital camera so the pics were taken with my old SLR and a close-up filter. I'm having a problem sanding in behind the arms so I may have to slice them off and re attach them after clean up.
    Any thoughts? Critiques welcome
  2. Kirks1 New Member

    Hello Pat,

    Very nicely done indeed! I have studied the battle for the Hurtgen forest extensively. While stationed overseas, I had the chance to walk the battle sight numerous times. I was also fortunate enough to acquire many relics from the battle. It's sad that the history books seldome reference this hard fought, bloody battle. I am looking forward to your progress on this figure! Again, fantastic job and I compliment your "bringing to light" this particular subject.


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