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Medal of Honor Vanguard Operation Varsity Based Diorama
A 48 X 64 studs diorama of Operation Varsity based upon the mission in MoH Vanguard. I tried to include as many things as possible without making it too crowded. It was also my first time with bullet-whizby effects. I also think this captures the heat of battle pretty well. Also, a movie is expected to be done with this.
About this creation
Focke-Wulf fleeng-by.

Spitfire firing-by.

FlaK 88.

FlaK 38.

U.S. Willys Jeep arriving in boat (not finished)

German truck with reinforcements.

All right, this looks and sounds stupid but, "IT'S RAINING DINOSAURS!!!!! AHHHHH!!!!"

"NOW A STEGOSAURUS IS FALLING!!!!!!"

A simple tree.

MG42 tower (as seen in MoH Vanguard)

Side view of Bunker.

Top view of Bunker with bullet whiz-by.

Firing lines.

Czech-Hedgehogs(try saying that fast at least twice)

The Rhine river.

Top view showing everything and my feet (if it hadn't been for that bunker) ((I was wearing baggy shorts!!))

A U.S. soldier's head (random picture done with a spare head)

StG 44 (sorry for the blur)

"(Mortar shell comes down and hits the ground)"

U.S. soldier in cover with bullet whiz-by.

An American sniper has landed on top of the tower and is about to stab the MG operator. (Please note the net as camo, the bullet whiz-by ((All right, Enough "Whiz-bys"!!!))and the sniper rifle)

Burning tank and tank operator.

The burning tank operator.

Section of of not so well dug trench (soldiers fault, not mine)

german with MP40 SMG.

"(MG42 FIRE)" Bunker's inside can be slighly seen.

"(Mortar fire)" A German mortar crewman with shells and mortar ("Duh!")

Side view of it and my couch (well, my Dad's couch)

American Sergeant giving orders to his soldiers (sorry, no open mouth)

The American soldier being ordered just miliseconds before getting shot (again, sorry for the blur)

More firing lines.

Behind the firing lines.

Well, that's it.




Comments

 I made it 
  February 7, 2010
Quoting Jesse Halverson cool but u really need 2 get brickarms guns
n u rly ned 2 lern hao 2 rit coractley
 I like it 
  September 8, 2009
Cool! I like the Jeep.
 I made it 
  July 14, 2009
Quoting Commander Inferno My Willys Jeep is ready! All I need to do is take a few pictures!
I'll start posting now, I've already added it on YouTube where chas won' find it in a million years. Can you take pics and post tonight??? I'll start RIGHT NOW.
 I like it 
  July 7, 2009
nice bunker
 I like it 
  June 23, 2009
thats pretty awesome. busy, but awesome gd work
 I like it 
  June 21, 2009
Cool!!You made a big set which is perfect if you want to make a big army of soldiers.
 I like it 
  June 8, 2009
Cool this is a bIG Moc thats why i like it all the action and detail is great!~Aaron
 I made it 
  May 26, 2009
Quoting jason deacutis what with the dino?Try to get tred for your tank and make the tank bigger
Yeah, I know that's a problem, I've always wanted to build a King Tiger tank or just a Tiger I but I don't have treads, tracks, enough gray pieces and round 1 x 1 bricks. I think that in my next BrickLink order I'll order some. And why 4/5?? Tell why, this is still standing so I can add more things!!!
 I like it 
  May 26, 2009
what with the dino?Try to get tred for your tank and make the tank bigger
 
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