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Ezechielle

Mortar Position

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Regular Kotongese soldiers firing mortar shells in the suburb of Lusanda during the 2003 Kotongese Civil War.

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Very nice build Ezechielle, this one reminds me a lot of similar scenes I see in movies. I think this is one of the most effective uses of those yellowed white pieces as it really gives the ruins an accurate old and damaged look. Good work! :thumbup:

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As usual Ezechielle your skills in portraying the grim scenes of war seem unmatched. Your brillant use of yellowed bricks is worth noting, and the ruins of the building are very well done.

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Excellent war torn scene 'Ezechielle' - fantastic ruins that the mortar is positioned in....gee, are those Brickarm's guns eh ? :wink:

I hope the war ended in peace.....well at least for a while eh ? :wink:

Brick On ! :grin:

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Hello!

I always find it fascinating how you manage to create this kind of random chaos in such scenes. It's harder than it looks, that's for sure! :classic:

Cheers,

~ Christopher

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