Dated: February 7, 2003.
Diorama pictures sent in by Mr. Raul Garcia of Mexico.
"Hello, I'm sending to you some dioramas of Luis Garcia (whom have more than 20 years in this hobby). Each one had first and second places in national contests in Mexico. He specializes in very dramatic and extense dioramas with many conversions, details, siege machinery and buildings. (Note: We have same surname (in Mexico is very common), but we aren't familiars)."
Rorke's Drift: This is a very realistic representation with historic distribution and action under Zulu warriors attack. More than 300 Esci figures (british and zulu warriors).
The Castle Siege (100 years War): The building has floors and interiors detailed. Assault tower, mantelettos and other machines are made in wood. More than 400 figures, many conversions in defenders and agressors (Revell british warriors & french knights 100 years war).
Siege of Tenochtitlan: All figures are Revell (aprox 450 aztecs and conquerors), vessels are scratch, and all piramids are made in gypsum.
Roman style: More than 300 figures of Esci (romans & barbarians). War machinery are totally scratch.
Many thanks to Mr Luis and Raul Garcia.
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