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(Non-DF) 1:32 scale WWII diorama
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(Non-DF) 1:32 scale WWII diorama 7 Years, 2 Months ago  
OK, so this isn't DF. Or fantasy minis at all. It's 1:32 scale plastic GI's fighting a battle in WWII-torn Europe. But I still thought some of you might like looking at it.

So what are you looking at?

Well, the building is made by a company called King and Country -- it's a huge ruined structure with three floors, very well done. Comes painted and essentially assembled.

The furniture is all from Unimax, accessories included in the Forces of Valor line.

The figures are plastic figures from a company called Conte Collectibles, came unpainted and I painted 'em up. The pic of the "Sarge" is not against a backdrop simply because I realized I didn't get a good shot of him.

All of these are actually a little out of date -- I've kept working on them, and in some cases I'm afraid I may have made them worse. I am working on some new ones now, they will hopefully end up looking better...

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#21758
(Non-DF) 1:32 scale WWII diorama 7 Years, 2 Months ago  
This is really cool. If I had the extra time and money, I would so totally be into WWII now. Played a lot of different WWII minis games but can't justify spending the scratch on a whole new period and range. Thanks for sharing!
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#21759
(Non-DF) 1:32 scale WWII diorama 7 Years, 2 Months ago  
Very kool diaromas!

Looks very much like a screen shot of "Saving Private Ryan"...

Also reminds me of the days (I was 7-8yrs old) when I used Styrofoam bits for houses, and Lego Pieces for soldiers in mock-up battles all over the house...I could only dream of setting something up like you have done...
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#21760
(Non-DF) 1:32 scale WWII diorama 7 Years, 2 Months ago  
I had the same "Saving Private Ryan" thought myself... that shot with the light shining in the window behind the running soldier is especially cool. Well done on all the terrain. Thanks so much for sharing!

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