Bro you are right. In fact it took me quite much time to consider these dioramas because I was worried about anything would make people uncomfortable. It's a on-going war on which so many people all over the world put their comments. Finally I decide not to show anything of the conflict, battle or blood because I don't want to hurt anyone. After the war ends, I think I will build more dios about this war because we love these military toysYour dios are always very well done, very admirable. The set pieces are very detailed, and it's clear you put a lot of thought into them.
But I hope you take this in the constructive manner I intend, I always come away wanting more dynamics in the photos. They feel very "slice of life" when I think there should be more tension of impending conflict, if not outright action. I sometimes feel you're trying to portray the war scenes in a mundane fashion rather than a kinetic one.
Again, I'm not knocking your work, as you clearly put a lot into it, but I'd love to see more action, that's all.
Awesome idea! And I like the idea about the ambush attempt. Thanks bro.Given the context, it does have a "calm before the storm" feel to it. I've seen enough videos to know that there is probably a Ukrainian drone overhead and or a tank killer squad hidden just outside of town just waiting for the poor conscripts to clear the civilian population before sending Javelins at them.