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Es tagt... Und ende der verdammten Dienst!

Discussion in 'Digis - Digital Miniatures 3D Modeling' started by Vladimir Sychev, Jan 31, 2020.

  1. Vladimir Sychev Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Russian-Federation
    Hi, everybody. Completed work on the Black Hussar of Baron von Ruesch's regiment for Altores Studio. After printing the model, I will add a "live" tail and mane.
    Many thanks to the author of the horse. Once again, working with her animals, I admire the skill of their execution.
    Enjoy your viewing.
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  2. Richard Baxter A Fixture

    Country:
    Scotland
    Another beauty from Altores. Ochen priyatno!
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  3. Dr Bison Active Member

    Country:
    Germany
    Absolutely lovely miniature - can't wait for it to be released.
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  4. theBaron A Fixture

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    United-States
    Beautiful piece, and right up my alley-if it's going to be in 54mm. Will it be released in that size?

    I just noticed the skull on the Schoitasch on his Hosen. I've never seen that depicted in any illustration before. Is that from an illustration, or is it artistic license?

    Prost!
    Brad
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  5. captnenglish Well-Known Member

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    United-States
    That's fantastic
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  6. Vladimir Sychev Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Russian-Federation
    Thank you all for your interest in the work. We plan to release it on a scale of 1/30.

    We tried to reproduce the appearance of the hussar with an illustration by an anonymous author from the "Uniformes Prussien et Saxonne", stored in The Berlin German Historical Museum. It is dated 1757.
    20200131_201042.jpg

    This same illustration is also in the materials of the book "Friedrich der Große und die Uniformierung der preußischen Armee von 1740 bis 1786".
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  7. theBaron A Fixture

    Country:
    United-States
    Ah, thanks for sharing that image! I've never seen that one, among the references I have. I should go back now and look at my copy of Bleckwenn, though. He's got so many notes about variations, that he may have mentioned it.

    Prost!
    Brad
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  8. MCPWilk A Fixture

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    United-Kingdom
    First rate figure.

    Mike
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  9. Martin Rohmann A Fixture

    Country:
    Germany
    Привет, Владимир!

    Если персонаж должен сохранить свое немецкое название, он должен правильно прочитать:

    "Es tagt - bald ist der verdammte Dienst zu Ende!"

    или

    "Es tagt - bald ist Dienstfrei!"


    передавать привет
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  10. Vladimir Sychev Well-Known Member

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    Russian-Federation
    Hallo, Martin. Danke für die große Hilfe. Mein "schuldeutsch" bringt mich oft im Stich.
    Schule... Kindheit... Wie lange ist das her?.. Wie schnell die Zeit vergeht...

    If possible, ask the administration to correct the name of the theme on the first scenario:
    "Es tagt - bald ist der verdammte Dienst zu Ende!"
  11. Martin Rohmann A Fixture

    Country:
    Germany
    Привет, Владимир!

    Опять же к вопросу о символах черепа на гусарских верховьях (чаривари):

    Это может быть недосмотр художника вашего источника!

    Если символы были размещены там, кажется, это были сердца - это предполагает другой источник (также из Исторического музея в Берлине) ...:

    Hi Wladimir!
    Again to the question of the skull symbols on the hussar’s overtrousers (Charivari):

    This may be an oversight of your source's artist!

    IF symbols were placed there, it seems to have been hearts - this is suggested by another source (also from the Historic Museum in Berlin) ...:
    [IMG]


    Это также совпадает с другими источниками, где эти символы сердца также могут быть распознаны ...:

    This also coincides with other sources where these heart symbols can also be recognized ...:

    [IMG]

    Эти сердечные символы носили и другие прусские гусарские полки ...
    These heart symbols were also worn by other Prussian Hussar regiments...:
    [IMG]
    [IMG]
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    [IMG]
    Cheers
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  12. Oda A Fixture

    I am definitely getting this.Absolutely top priority on my purchase list.Sychev and Altores is a combination made in Heaven.

    Oda.
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  13. Nap A Fixture

    Country:
    England

    Certainly a nice looking release with lots of details to get at

    Intrigued like Brad ref that thigh skull insignia ....I have seen heart shapes ......be interested to see any reference

    Thanks for sharing the release

    Nap
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  14. theBaron A Fixture

    Country:
    United-States
    See above, Nap ;) Vlad replied immediately and shared the image he has as a reference:

    https://www.planetfigure.com/threads/es-tagt-und-ende-der-verdammten-dienst.200334/#post-1028436

    I belong to the Seven Years War Project on Kronoskaf, and I went back to our article on the von Ruesch-Husaren, and saw that we also cite that source. So apparently it was a variant, which doesn't surprise me.

    Unfortunately for me, at 1/30 scale, the finished figure is in too large to fit in with the other figures in my displays.

    Prost!
    Brad
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  15. ALTORES STUDIO A Fixture

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    Russian-Federation
    Greetings friends! Vladimir away, asked me to answer. We chose a drawing and decided to push off from it, since an authoritative publication refers to it, as Vladimir wrote above. Here are the H-5 stuff from this two-volume:
    IMG-20200203-WA0018.jpg IMG-20200203-WA0017.jpg IMG-20200203-WA0016.jpg IMG-20200203-WA0015.jpg

    Images of various sources often contradict each other, and now, I think, no one knows 100% how it really was. Generalized material on the H-5 uniform on https://www.kronoskaf.com/syw/index.php?title=Ruesch_Hussars Here it is said about those very skulls:

    In future plans, we have a figure of a hussar that can be used for other hussar regiments, of course, there will be no images on it. And with this, if dear customers do not agree with this picture, skulls can be easily removed. Thank you very much for your materials, we will definitely use them. IMG-20200203-WA0019.jpg

    Best regards,
    Vladimir and Alexander
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  16. theBaron A Fixture

    Country:
    United-States
    Thanks, Alexander! I don't think anyone challenges your decision, especially since Vlad first showed us the image above. I think it's more a matter that many us weren't familiar with that variation.

    Prost!
    Brad
  17. Dr Bison Active Member

    Country:
    Germany
    The big German uniform authorities (Menzel, Knötel, Pietsch) didn't start their respective works on the army of Frederick the Great until more than 50 years later. They did use contemporary manuscripts and uniforms that had survived, but these only showed what was worn in theory. As every soldier knows, there is a huge gap to what is actually worn in the field, even more so in the 18th century.
    So I'd rather go with an interesting, contemporary illustration any day.
    Just my 2 Euro cents...
  18. Oda A Fixture

    Right there with you Dr Bison.

    Oda.
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  19. Jaybo Active Member

    Country:
    United-States
    When will-it be released?
  20. ALTORES STUDIO A Fixture

    Country:
    Russian-Federation
    I think about a month and a half)
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