Sunday, October 9, 2011

SMC 2011, more about the show

After a busy weekend I had on my University I'd like to present a pack of photos from the SMC show that took place in Eindhoven on 2nd October. Hope you enjoy because I enjoyed it a lot and will be there next year. I had the opportunity to judge in 3 classes along with Roy Schurgers and Sven Frisch in the company. That was a totally new and fresh experience for me also because of the simple and reasonable criteria for the competition.

Entrance to the show halls

My trophys

The scene

The bar, where the evening discussions took place and I had couple of drinks with Mig Jimenez, Robert Crombeecke and others...

I had the opportunity to see Jean Bernard Andre's masterpieces

Other works

Mrs Siepmann's sculpt

Alessandro Bruni's lord chaos

The ocean witch

Familiar with this name? Migs models on presentation

Marijn van Gils was so kind to describe me the way he created his award winning "Busted" box diorama. It won the Best of Show at SMC

Lots of beautiful stuff to be seen there

Roy Schurgers' works on the Scale Model Factory club stand

Armor -Masters - class 22

Lanna-Bruschi duo brought several of their works, among them this decapitated Centurion ARV

Volker Bemmbennek took gold for his new StuG III G scene

Roger Hurkmans' RSO scene

Roger Hurkmans' StuG III G "Defeat of the Dutch" scene

Red Devils in Arnhem...

There were also some polish accents in the show, Kamil Sztarbala's polish Dana vz 1977 sp howitzer, took silver in dioramas-standard

Florian Zehe's Egyptian JS 3

Markus Lack's StuG III F/8

Sven Frisch's Panther from Berlin:

Roy Schurgers' T-34 on pedestal - The monument

Roger Hurkmans' wonderful RSO, another view

Volker Bemmbennek's 'garage' scene "Ferme!"

Tailgunner by Jean Bernard Andre, this humble frenchman made a presentation about handling resin components to create realistic and artistic water effects

The italian shippment... Vincenzo Lanna and Alessandro Bruschi brought all together 21 works of their own along with the works of other italian modellers, these won many awards

Eric Vogel's jungle diorama

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