Over Christmas and New Years I have to pack up my "work area" to make room for the seasonal festivities. The hazards of owning a very small house! Well with some time on my hands and having some serious 1/6th withdrawal nipping at my heals I usually do the only thing I can which is to catch up on some reading. I picked up Maj. Dick Winters biography "The Biggest Brother" some time ago and had kind of read a little here and there, so I decided to really read the book. The book really is a rehash of both the series from HBO and the book "Band of Brothers". It does however cover some interesting sidelines like his life before and after the war. One interesting note, there is a passage in the book that covers Winters being contacted by Cpt. Soebel's daughter. This happens after the HBO series aired and how she was upset about how her father was portrayed. To the good Major's credit he was polite to her but he really does dismiss her complaints completely.
This figure is based on the first photo taken of Cpt. Winters in Holland in late 1944.
This is a Dragon neo body.
The body has been modified significantly. It has been slimmed and the joints opened up for more articulation.
The head is #492 Dan Sommers.
I stripped and repainted the head with oils, the eyes were done with acrylics and oils.
The uniform and all of the gear is Dragon, from various releases.
I weathered the figure with acrylics and pastels.
The boots are from Newlineminitures. I weathered them with acrylic paint and pastels.
The rank insignia is from Lion Roar, sleeve insignia is from CVI.
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