17 Tiny Heroes Of The Big War

Tiny Heroes Of The Big War

Posted on July 15, 2011 by kulichik

There is a club that deals with making small figures that constitute beautiful dioramas. Its members are elder than 30 years old. The club was started at the Soviet times.

Every year less and less veterans who participated in the World War II are left. The youngest war participant in Dnepropetrovsk is now 84 years old. These people’s heroic deeds are captured in miniatures on military and historic themes.

The tiny figures are frozen in time. Before creating such a diorama an author needs to examine old pictures, historic evidence and drawings to achieve a complete identity between real things and their models.


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17 Responses to “Tiny Heroes Of The Big War”

  1. testicules says:

    Nice workmanship.

  2. 30´something says:

    At least you young easily-led anti-Russian-Russians have the decency not to ridicule this subject. There is hope.

  3. Kalimba says:


  4. Chac Mool says:

    Hope they keep this tradition. Details are amazing. Even the german dinner looks well done.

  5. Boritz says:

    Those are incredible!

  6. Musa says:

    These are awesome.

  7. Viktor99 says:

    What wonderful dioramas! They depicted such tragic yet wonderful times.

  8. maxximus says:

    Coming from a fellow model maker, these are excellent work. The makers attention to detail is supurb.

  9. testicules says:


  10. testicules says:

    Last again

  11. Fíla says:

    And I thought that im good modeller…lol

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