DUKW sea diorama

Leighbo

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Hi guys

Not been posting for a while due to other commitments so I thought I'd share one of my latest builds a DUKW in its natural habitat, the sea.
I've started using Deluxe Materials resin water products and it's openopened up a new world of water dioramas to me!
This is the Italeri DUKW (after all there's no other options!), the figures were Frankensteined from the spares box as I couldn't get figures to fit and the stowage is from Value Gear, originally for an Opel Blitz but they fit this application fine.

The base was made up from foam board, carved out the n covered in paper mache before airbrushing and an allocation of solid water and making waves.

Hope you like it and I should be able to post more often now




















Thanks for looking
 

Go Flight

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WOW that looks great! I'd be nervous to drive that thing in those waves! ;)
 

Thundergod

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Beautifully excecuted . The DUKW's my favourite military vehicle and I've got the Italeri kit stowed away in the stash . Might have to dig it out and give it a little attention ! Great work . ;)
 

cargoman5126

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Luv the results..great model and great subject..
 

Jelly

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Wow, man :D

Supercool, it looks like a 3D picture. Very good, love the simplicity, it really adds IMHO a lot of "kinetics" to the scene.

Very cool, very good, thanks for sharing :D
Cheers
Jelly
 

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