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ww2 the sacred heart and eagle: british paratrooper in French church 1944

with self made furniture and scene enjoy


 

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Excellent job on that church setting, and a good, bulked out para. You might want to shift his grip onto the tube stock, so when he fires the Sten gun, it doesn't jump out of his hand.
 

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Re: ww2 the sacred heart and eagle: british paratrooper in French church 1944

excellent set up and figure, good job
 

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Sacré-Cœur, (Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris), 博士你来了,标题把圣心大教堂的法语+英语名字写进去看的人可能更多点
 

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Sacré-Cœur, (Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris), 博士你来了,标题把圣心大教堂的法语+英语名字写进去看的人可能更多点
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Re: ww2 the sacred heart and eagle: british paratrooper in French church 1944

Looks nice! He's a bit too clean for my liking, but that's just my opinion. Great looking Para, and scene!
 

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Re: ww2 the sacred heart and eagle: british paratrooper in French church 1944

Nicely done!

Cya,
Hankster
 

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Re: ww2 the sacred heart and eagle: british paratrooper in French church 1944

Nice work - great interior.

A few tips for your Para - As Mike said, the grip on the stock needs changing so his humb is over the top of the tube stock like this:


If the helmet's pushed back like that it will look more natural if you unfasten the chin strap. If it was that loose he'd have risked losing it when he jumped out of the plane.

His '37 pattern webbing - belt, braces, universal pouches and web anklets - would almost certainly have been Blanco'ed. Tony Barton did an excellent piece on it here - Sixth Army Group :: View topic - British " Blanco" and its use on webbing equipment
 
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