Thursday, April 30, 2009

A remarkable artist



Louys of Monte-Cristo just discovered the outstanding dioramen war scenes of a German artist.

6 comments:

A J said...

Now that is a remarkable diorama. It's like a three-dimensional painting.

ColCampbell50 said...

Wow!!!

Jim

ColCampbell50 said...

And I looked through the Battle of Leuthen diorama. It appears that he used plastic 1:72 figures, some with some heavy conversions, like the Airfix American Revolution British infantryman who is running with the musket up under his chin converted into a Prussian fusilier. This guy is good!

Jim

Capt Bill said...

Thanks for the site, it is delightful...

Ken said...

Lovely work. Did you notice in the Leuthen series that the artist depicted Prussian infantry in square (karre) against a cavalry attack? Interesting.

Steve Turner said...

I've seen this site before (in fact I have it listed in my "favourites"). There are some fantastic figures in those diaramas, and the terrain is just brilliant.

Steve.