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The vehicle Massimo used is a Trumpeter Russian BRDM 2 (early) with Voyager Model PE and the figures are Evolution and Red Zebra while the building is RT Diorama.
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About the Author

About Massimo CASTRIOTA (CAS225)
FROM: TORINO, ITALY


Comments

That's fantastic work - 11 on a scale of 1-10! The attention to detail is outstanding! Minor (MINOR) comment: the "Boys" look a little clean. But of course, because the Camo is spot on perfect. Must stop typing... Being consumed by the Green Monster... LOL
APR 07, 2020 - 07:05 AM
Beautiful; made me laugh -especially the photo-hog with the AK posing as he was. The update on this would have them using a selfie-stick to do a group shot with all three!
APR 07, 2020 - 09:53 AM
Fantastico!!!
APR 07, 2020 - 05:53 PM
wow that's an amazing piece of work you have done there, the attention to detail is staggering, well done indeed.
APR 07, 2020 - 08:47 PM
Excellent build Massimo , beautiful work !!!
APR 07, 2020 - 09:09 PM
Definitely award-winning results!! Overall detail is outstanding, but I do agree with Neo's comment re; the "clean look," primarily the guy with the helmet. A stain/smudge of some kind, or tear in his clothing could have been added.
APR 08, 2020 - 03:22 AM
Thank all of you for your comments. I will take in consideration your indications about the uniforms.
APR 08, 2020 - 06:04 AM
A whole lotta Great, this one is.
APR 09, 2020 - 04:51 AM
Yet another amazing work. I'm just as fascinated by the store structure and the level of detail as anything else. Simply amazing. One thing I noticed: the guerrilla on the far left has an AKM with a grooved wooden stock. These are not typically seen on AKMs but rather AK-74s. Of course, there are aftermarket stocks, particularly synthetic. According to the late Mikhail Kalashnikov, this groove was done to bring the AK-74 design to within weight specifications. Another explanation is that it was to help soldiers in darkness distinguish 7.62 vs. 5.45 rifles. But with the supply source coming into Syria from anywhere and everywhere, anything goes. What would have made that complete (and I'd seen an actual photo of this), are empty Winchester and Tulammo 7.62 x 39 boxes on the ground. Again, AMAZING work. So many of you are such an inspiration.
APR 10, 2020 - 09:18 AM
The figures and vehicle are beautiful but I particularly like the pile or garbage. I will save that pic as reference and inspiration when I embark on my post apoc project.
APR 11, 2020 - 10:10 AM