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Completed Terrible consequences of the inappropriate choice of figure base

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Mark S, Nov 8, 2013.

  1. Mark S Guest

    Markus, glad you like it..cheers!
    Gaudin, I'll remember those words always, and pass them on to my children and their children and so on......... they may wonder what the hell I was on about but that'll be their problem....cheers mate!
    Xenofon, I hope the birthday party was a hoot, I'm sure it was.....cheers!
  2. chris1 Active Member

    A really neat piece.
    Reminds me of one I saw in a military modelling magazine a few years back.
    It was figure walking off carrying his base on his back.

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  3. Don Well-Known Member

    Great work Mark, great idea and so well painted.
    Only problem, how long can he hold on while the others ignore him?

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  4. Mark S Guest

    Thanks Don, I guess he'll be there for as long as the pins and epoxy determine!......cheers mate.
  5. Marco22 A Fixture

    excellent !!!
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  6. megroot A Fixture

    That whas a creation of Marijn van Gils
    It's in this thread: http://www.planetfigure.com/threads/atlas.19175/

  7. bwildfong Well-Known Member

    Ahhhhh, now I see; so THAT'S why Pickett's Charge failed :) ... Great job, Mark! Coincidentally, I'm just teaching the American Civil War in my 11th Grade US History class right now!

    Thanks for sharing this,

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  8. Kevindunne Active Member

    The Killer Angels was actually part of the Leadership curriculum at the US Army Command and General Staff College when I taught there years ago.
    I took a 4 day seminar at Gettysburg, on the battle, and the first thing we were told was to forget what we had read in said book...most of it was historically inaccurate! It was though, a cracking good read.
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  9. chris1 Active Member

    That's the one.

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  10. DaveG Active Member

    Brilliant! Had a good chuckle over this one.....

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