Great work, David ! It combines everything I too find fun about the hobby : historical research, kitbashing, custom parts (and the letter, brilliant), weathering, photography, &c.
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Awesome pictures, and I love how they capture this small moment. And crazy attention to detail. Incredible work.
Really cool pictures!
I'd like to say a big thank you to Greg and DeltaForceChung for nominating this dio for the November KOTM, and thank you to everyone who voted for it.
It came in third, a position I'm very proud of as every other entry was, without exception, excellent.
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Beautiful work. The letter is inspired.
Fantastic outdoor pictures ActionMan !
Interesting background info too so thank you for that !
I'm glad you've also fixed the PB problem. These should be archived !
Great to see this Actionman, I missed it first time around and being DAK it is right up my street. Love the detailing and photography, very nice indeed.
Sweet' sweet work..excellent job with outside dio..the letter is off the chart for exacting detail..the effort overall really shows..
"It's not how many times you get knocked down that counts,
it's how many times you get back up."
still brings a smile to my face.....
David passed away just over 2 years ago due to cancer.
We lost a true gentleman :-(
Simply AMAZING work!!!
Try not. Do or do not. There is no try.
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I am really impressed by his work on this diorama and this thread had passed under my radar.
Did anyone of you ever met him in person? Did you ever find out at what age he died, or what kind of cancer he suffered from?
This is very sad......
always nice to see David's work back up again. Was a great photo shoot he did. A good man
1:6th is like the Mafia...you can't ever leave it....alive
Excellent work, outstanding subject and presentation!
You can find details regarding his illness in his own post: I've Got Stage 4 Cancer - Need to Sell My Collection
Does anybody know how old he was by the time of his death? I also wonder how his cancer got so advanced without him noticing anything at all... :-(