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Finally a fig upload, completed after 2 months of work.

 

As you can see, the paint quality is better cause I got my hands on some Tamiya and Testors. Although they are Testors enamel ( are those good?)

 

The helmet, vest, hood, pouches and pockets are all 100% made from scratch, with the vest base being a lego life-jacket modded with a Minifig-cat vest back. The balaclava is painted cuz EG 2 mainstream. Also I lik dat ammobox too much.

 

And finally did a mainstream partizan so yea.

 

Gun is PP90-m1, not exactly the PP19 but close enough. Setup is grand bazaar inspired.

 

lmao i spelled bazaar in the pic wrongly... I mean what. Um, you saw nothing at all.

 

And wtf pic looks so dark on flickr mobile. why?

 

Edit: Fixed it.

 

also new standard for RFP Russian Presidential security.

www.kickstarter.com/projects/joshuamichaelphoto/the-52-we...

 

Hey everyone. I'm raising funds for a new camera and project. Even a dollar makes a difference. I just really need help or else I cannot continue to create, for awhile anyways. If you pledge to my project theres cool rewards such as prints (cheaper then I would sell at a normal rate). The link is above. Thank you!

Ammobox resonator guitar

Self made

- 7.62 ammo box

- birch neck

- mahogny fretboard

- cat food bowl resonator

- piezo pickup

 

STROBIST INFO:

f 5.6 - 250 - ISO 100

Metz58 shoot thru umbrella object left 1/4

Metz58 softbox object right 1/8

Yongnuo triggers

The Nam Wreckin Crew are the meanest, deadliest bunch of S.O.B.'s ever to pull on a uniform. Pictured here at muster they are selecting their gear for their next mission on Cheeseburger Hill.

 

NWC act as problem solvers for the US army when actions go bad or things just get to hot to handle. Officially these guys don't exist, running black Ops for the Administration.

 

The NWC are hand picked and led by the ruthless Sergeant Frank Statton III seen here front and centre.

 

The Team.

 

Darryl "Heavy D" Payton. M60 Support Gunner - Outhouse doors want to be like him when they grow up.

 

Tommy "Thumper" Johnson - Responsible for punching a way into hot zones and droppin' smoke for Copters at the exfil..

 

Don "Tick Tock" Banner - Demolitions and the teams grease monkey.

 

Bob "Psycho" Busch - Tunnel Rat, No right to be alive but he's still breathing despite being, shot, stabbed and blown up. Seemingly nothing can stop this combat tank.

 

Ralph "Smokey" Polawski - Wants to see the whole world burn and frequently does...

 

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Weapons, proto's, crates and most hats/helmets by Brickarms

Custom prints by Eclipse, Christo and Citizenbrick

Decals, ghetto thrower, helmets straps, painted boonie (Heavy D) additional colour and string by me

Photo and "NWC" Logo creation and editing by GmanVespa (thanks buddy!)

 

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This is my signature figbarf - I've been working on it for quite a while trying to accrue enough hunter parts, the right proto's and trying to get my decals and details right, despite you not being able to even see them in this final shot. In an annoying twist I mislaid the Sarges sabr from the solo shot so he has an old skool service revolver instead.

 

This isn't supposed to be entirely realistic so please save any quibbles about accuracy. It's designed more to be a "Dirty Dozen" type film escapade.

 

Just some interesting stuff at my Nan's house.

Brand new custom pad printed 1x2 brick military "Ammo Boxes"

 

Left: Light Bluish grey

Right: Black and Olive Green

  

Four US soldiers, one with a bicycle, and two men in civilian attire at a rifle range. A piece of canvas fixed between ammunition boxes makes due as a windbreak.

 

Markings on cartridge boxes appear to read ORD DEPOT No. 5, Model 1906 Cal .30

Colorado River, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

 

Photo by Jean Pecher (?). Date unknown [1914-1918].

Collection Jean Pecher

 

Liberas/Liberaal Archief

Kramersplein 23

9000 Gent

www.liberas.eu

It was a cold day, so Caz had to wrap up warm when she went out with her geocaching buddy to find some boxes in the countryside. Luckily they found most of the caches they looked for, and enjoyed the fresh air!

More info. Ref: D1573-003

For Best Bricker against [Broadside]. Good luck!

Bain News Service,, publisher.

 

German machine gun in action

 

[between ca. 1915 and ca. 1920]

 

1 negative : glass ; 5 x 7 in. or smaller.

 

Notes:

Title from unverified data provided by the Bain News Service on the negatives or caption cards.

Forms part of: George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress).

 

Format: Glass negatives.

 

Rights Info: No known restrictions on publication.

 

Repository: Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Washington, D.C. 20540 USA, hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print

 

General information about the Bain Collection is available at hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.ggbain

 

Higher resolution image is available (Persistent URL): hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/ggbain.25995

 

Call Number: LC-B2- 4456-6

  

Dutch Landscapes - Utrecht -

 

Een vroeg voorbeeld van een torenfort is het Fort Napoleon, opgetrokken tussen 1811 en 1814 te Oostende, België. In Nederland werden ze voor het eerst toegepast vanwege de drooglegging van de Haarlemmermeer, met de bouw van Fort aan de Liede en het Fort aan het Schiphol.

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An early example of a fortress tower is the Fort Napoleon, built between 1811 and 1814 in Ostend, Belgium. In the Netherlands they were first used for the reclamation of the Haarlemmermeer, the construction of fortress on the Love and the Fort at Schiphol.

Model: Abbi Shank

A preview of our test shoot for a new photography project.

In-bed storage made from .50 caliber ammo cans. A stainless steel U-bolt and weather-proof padlock secures the lid.

"We were desert mystics, my friends and I, poring over our maps as others do their holy books." Edward Abbey

 

After exploring Kanab Creek, we floated down the Colorado River and camped at The Ledges. (RM 151.5)

 

Our trip leader Neal MacAdam is studying "The Doing of the Thing - the brief, brilliant whitewater career of Buzz Holmstrom". Legendary boatman Dirk Prately is studying the maps in the Belknap Guide. Legendary Boatman, author and historian Brad Dimock is talking with Aubrey Jones one of our assistants.

 

I rafted with Arizona Raft Adventures AZRA.

www.azraft.com/

The ammo box hold 9 yards of ammunition, 27 feet, and was the origin of the term "the whole nine yards" I never knew that.

Just some hands for tonight. I know it's a tad cliche, but I did my best to avoid that.

 

This ammo box was my friend's Great Grandfather who served in World War 1 I believe. Old items like this fascinate me.

 

IN OTHER NEWS!

I am launching a kickstarter project to fund this 365 project! All help is greatly appreciated! :)

 

Check it out here:

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Thank you all!

 

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When fighting enemies (or Predators) deep in the jungle you can never have to many boxes of ammo and MRE rations of Beef Stew

 

Jungle Commando figure printed by Citizen Brick

Temple at war show 2017.

A sun-baked doll sitting on a military ammo box. You run across strange and mysterious things in the desert!

 

Jeep year and type 1962 AMC M422A1 Mighty Mite

Engine AMC 108 cid air cooled V-4 developing 55 hp and 90 pounds feet of torque

 

Ammobox resonator guitar

Self made

- 7.62 ammo box

- birch neck

- mahogny fretboard

- cat food bowl resonator

- piezo pickup

  

STROBIST INFO:

f 5.6 - 250 - ISO 100

Metz58 shoot thru umbrella object left 1/4

Metz58 softbox object right 1/8

Yongnuo triggers

Dutch Landscapes - Utrecht -

 

De hoofdbouw van deze forten werd gevormd door massieve stenen torens waarin de logies van de soldaten waren ondergebracht. Deze torens stonden vrij op het fortterrein en werden meestal bekroond door sierkantelen. De filosofie achter een torenfort was dat de ronde vorm het meeste kanonvuur zou laten afketsen terwijl de toren zelf een enorme concentratie van verdedigend vuur zou kunnen herbergen. Deze bouwwerken raakten snel verouderd door de introductie van de brisantgranaat en de kanonnen met een getrokken loop. De meeste torens werden aangepast door er een beschuttende aarden wal omheen te leggen en door een aarden dekking op het dak aan te brengen.

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The main building of these forts was formed by massive stone towers where the accommodation of the soldiers were housed. These towers stood alone on the fort grounds and were usually crowned by ornamental battlements. The philosophy behind a tower fort was that the round shape most of cannon fire would let bounce while the tower itself could accommodate a huge concentration of defensive fire. These structures were quickly obsolete by the introduction of the high-explosive grenade and guns with rifled barrel. Most of the towers were adjusted by placing a protective earthen wall around it, and by applying an earthen cover on the roof.

Having picked up a second body, I find myself in need of additional camera storage. I use these Harbor Freight "ammo boxes" as water-resistant storage and had an extra. It fits these Pentax bodies, even with the Tamron 70-300 mounted.

 

For this challenge, I had the Tamron peeking #OutOfTheBox.

  

7MGP4254

Ammobox resonator guitar

Self made

- 7.62 ammo box

- birch neck

- mahogny fretboard

- cat food bowl resonator

- piezo pickup

  

STROBIST INFO:

f 5.6 - 250 - ISO 100

Metz58 shoot thru umbrella object left 1/4

Metz58 softbox object right 1/8

Yongnuo triggers

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Talud aan de buitenzijde van de gracht, al of niet met een muur bekleed. Soms duidt deze term ook de buitenoever van de gracht aan, met inbegrip van de gedekte weg en het glacis.

Contrescarpgalerij of rugcaponnière.

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Slope on the outer side of the canal, or may not be coated with a wall. Sometimes this term also refers to the outer banks of the canal on, including the covered road and glacis.Contre Carp Gallery or backcaponnière.

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Een torenfort is een type fort gebouwd in de 19e eeuw. Een dergelijk fort bestaat uit een centrale toren van twee of drie verdiepingen in zwaar metselwerk. Het wordt omgeven door wallen en een brede gracht. Het was geschikt voor zowel nabijverdediging als voor artillerievuur op grotere afstand.

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A tower fort is a type of fortress built in the 19th century. Such a fortress consists of a central tower with two or three floors in heavy masonry. It is surrounded by walls and a wide moat. It was suitable for close defense and artillery fire at a greater distance.

Original design by Agent Appleblanket. I only added the Tiny Tactical AmmoBox.

 

Also: More crappy editing. Yay.

or HBM

I'm not sure what I did to get that blue line on the side there, but I didn't notice it until I uploaded

for July's Alphabet Soup- M

& Happy Bench Monday

   

oh, btw...sorry to some of my contacts that I haven't commented on in a while, for some reason it seems like not all of my contacts pics show up in the contacts photos so I have to go searching for them and sometimes forget

View Large here.

 

I was moving a few thing around in the garage recently and ran across my whitewater gear. I used to do a lot of whitewater paddling, usually in an open canoe or C-1 (covered canoe). I was usually designated the "official photographer". Canoes are larger and can afford the extra weight of a big clunky metal ammo box, used to keep a camera safe and dry.

 

In 1981, we applied for and received a non-commercial 15 person permit for a private trip on the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon. Most folks just take a commercial trip. You pay your money and are guided on a trip that can range in duration from 3 to 21 days.

 

Typically the commerical rafts are huge so-called "bologna boats" and have plenty of room for cold beer and steak for dinner every night.

 

Our trip was different. We had two 16 foot rafts fitted with oar rigs we built ourselves. The commercial guys use outboard motors, and as we discovered, can cover a lot more river each day. The Colorado River, from the put-in at Lee's Ferry to Lake Powell is 249 miles long. Approximately 5 miles of that are rapids, all the rest is long smooth flowing brown mollasses.

 

Each of our rafts held a small ice chest, large watertight miltary "rocket boxes" for carrying in food and emergency gear and carrying out, errr "trash and all other". The National Park Service does not allow you to leave anything in the Grand Canyon.

 

I used an extra deep water-tight ammo box (shown above painted white to ward off the heat from typical 110F days), custom-fitted with closed cell foam, to hold a Nikon EM film camera, with motor winder, 50mm and 85-205 lenses, extra "AAA" batteries for the winder and 4-5 rolls of 40 exposure color slide film. The remaining film, Kodak Kodachrome 25 which I had purchased in 100 foot rolls and loaded into film cassettes, was stored in my personal dry bag.

 

The camera ammo box rode on one of the rafts and was removed at major rapids like Crystal, Lava Falls, etc, lunch stops and at each day's predetermined camp site.

 

I took a bunch of pictures on that trip and other whitewater trips on the nearby Chattooga and Ocoee rivers, and Gauley and New rivers in West Virginia using this ammo box setup.

 

JG/HamWithCam

  

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De hoofdbouw van deze forten werd gevormd door massieve stenen torens waarin de logies van de soldaten waren ondergebracht. Deze torens stonden vrij op het fortterrein en werden meestal bekroond door sierkantelen. De filosofie achter een torenfort was dat de ronde vorm het meeste kanonvuur zou laten afketsen terwijl de toren zelf een enorme concentratie van verdedigend vuur zou kunnen herbergen.

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Dutch Landscapes - Utrecht -

 

The main building of these forts was formed by massive stone towers where the accommodation of the soldiers were housed. These towers stood alone on the fort grounds and were usually crowned by ornamental battlements. The philosophy behind a tower fort was that the round shape most of cannon fire would let bounce while the tower itself could accommodate a huge concentration of defensive fire.

In-bed storage made from .50 caliber ammo cans. A weather-proof padlock secures the lid and a steel cable secures the shovel. It is held in place with Quickfist clamps.

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