\"F*ing H*ll\", a miniature diorama
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    Pretty cool... and done by proper Artists too... and I mean proper with a capital P ;)

    Maybe miniature painting is indeed art after all :D

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    pretty cool.. Some hours whiled away there between the two guys ..

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    Originally posted by Beelzebrush
    Pretty cool... and done by proper Artists too... and I mean proper with a capital P ;)

    Maybe miniature painting is indeed art after all :D
    You\'ll never take me alive BB!

    Very, very cool indeed! And yes I\'d call this art, but it goes so far past mini painting that I don\'t think this qualifies for that old debate!

    But wow!

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    Lawks, that\'s mental!

    Painting is so-so...

    Modeling is outstanding!

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    Originally posted by ScottRadom
    Originally posted by Beelzebrush
    Pretty cool... and done by proper Artists too... and I mean proper with a capital P ;)

    Maybe miniature painting is indeed art after all :D
    You\'ll never take me alive BB!

    Very, very cool indeed! And yes I\'d call this art, but it goes so far past mini painting that I don\'t think this qualifies for that old debate!

    But wow!

    Hey man... I\'m on your side :P:cool:

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    That is beautifully disturbing.


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    seriously wtf - chillingly weird yet cool, im quite a literal person so could anyone whos good at this sort of thing explain the theme/representation behind this?

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    I\'d heard that this piece was destroyed in a warehouse fire. Did they re-make it?

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    The re-make of the destroyed piece was shared here a while back. It became
    several large dioramas sharing a theme.

    I don\'t know if this is the destroyed one, or something totally different, though.

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    Originally posted by noneedforaname
    seriously wtf - chillingly weird yet cool, im quite a literal person so could anyone whos good at this sort of thing explain the theme/representation behind this?
    it\'s hell. hell is full of dead nazis (in P.C. hell anyways)

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    a lot of those scenes were based on heironymous bosch. check his work on google.

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    I thought some of it had an Apocalypse Now feel to it ... when they first entered Kurtz\' camp. Obviously, the gore was beyond anything in Kurtz\' camp, (and of course all the more hellish stuff), but at any rate, that was the first thing that came to mind when I saw it.

    jim

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    This is the second one, the first burnt in a warehouse fire. This one sold for like 7 million pounds to a private collector.

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    Bosch and Bruegel did it all half a millennium ago...

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    Odd minds create odd things yes?

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    WOW! Mind blowing! I agree that the painting is so so.. but the sheer scale and complexity of the modeling way more than make up for the lack! Where can more information/images be found about this peice?

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    \"it\'s only a model\" lol





    And now for something completely serious....Man, that is overwhelming!! It would be interesting to hear how long it took, how many people worked on it, how much it cost, etc...


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    Originally posted by Shawn R. L.
    \"it\'s only a model\" lol
    Shh!

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    Originally posted by Gearhead
    Originally posted by Shawn R. L.
    \"it\'s only a model\" lol
    Shh!
    Why do I suddenly have the urge to do a Camelot diorama?

    Must be all these coconuts that those damn swallows keep dropping on me.

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