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Machine Gunner

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Kostas Katseas, most notably know for his incredible work within with Naval subjects and few words, takes a short break from the ship themes to have a go at his second attempt at scale figures.

Kostas chose a 120mm figure form Jeff Shiu's collection of resin cast figures; Totenkopf, Kharkov 1943 (Part I). He has really done a good job of relaying the chill in the air to the viewer.

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Jeff Shui's Miniatures

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About the Author

About Kostas Katseas (Angeleyes)
FROM: DRAMA, GREECE / Ελλάδα


Comments

Verry nice painting, But these m43 fur lined parka never were made in white
NOV 29, 2015 - 01:18 AM
Outstanding work! What skills and patience, hope one day I can work my way up to this level of painting figures . . . ~ Eddy
NOV 29, 2015 - 11:39 AM
Very nice, I really like Jeff's sculptures. I like the fact that he sculpt's alot of Fallschirmjager troops.
NOV 30, 2015 - 01:05 AM
Kostas, stay on the figures! Give the ships a bigger break! This is great work!
NOV 30, 2015 - 08:57 AM
Thank you gents.Still a steep learning curve for me , but this is much more relaxing at least than trying to glue something you can hardly see.I wanted to ask for any source for 120mm scale accessories to articulate my bases a bit.I have got a few from Verlinden etc , but i am looking for parts like walls, ruins, etc if anyone knows in particular.120mm is big enough to have a go at scrachbuilding these but i just dont have that much time and i rather get them already made.Needles to say i have already started work on my next figure.
NOV 30, 2015 - 01:19 PM