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KevFett2011

[MOC] Red Dead Redemption 2 - Valentine bank robbery

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1899, the United States of America
With the heat in Valentine having died down , Bill thinks it’s finally time to hit the bank. Karen, Lenny, Bill and Arthur Morgan rides to Valentine. They arrive there and Karen asks the others how she should do the distraction:  Should  Karen make the lost girl or the Harlot? Arthur decides the “lost girl” version and the 4 outlaws walks to the bank, which consists of red bricks. Over the door is a big sign “Bank”. Around the bank are some people : one man connect his hourse, another man feed a dog with meat, a farmer chops wood and collect it and a fourth man go to work. Lenny, Bill and Arthur put on their masks and Karen go into the bank with her dark red dress. After her distraction the 3 other Van-der-Linde gang members assault the bank. Can they survive and escape with a lot of money or will they die?

 

46378086384_b635f80fa6_z.jpgRed Dead Redemption 2 - Valentine bank robbery by KevFett2011, auf Flickr

33226478698_688a768501_z.jpgRed Dead Redemption 2 - Valentine bank robbery by KevFett2011, auf Flickr

46378088834_0c9742406b_z.jpgRed Dead Redemption 2 - Valentine bank robbery by KevFett2011, auf Flickr

33226480038_87e05fc014_z.jpgRed Dead Redemption 2 - Valentine bank robbery by KevFett2011, auf Flickr

This is my 7th MOC for our Red Dead Redemption 2 collab with Tuxedo Greedo. The bank is my biggest creation and I had to order a lot of parts that I can build it. From the beginning of our collab I wanted to build a bank rober because it was  one of my favourite story missions in the videogame.  I chose the first one ( yes there are more bank robberies) because Valentine is my  favourite town in the game. I had a lot of fun building it and I try to catch the reference as best as possible. To reach that goal I spend a lot of time in front of the bank in the game to observe NPCs and I took many pictures of the bank. The MOC was build on a 48x48 baseplate and it is 63 cm long, 60 cm wide and 24 cm high.

I hope you like the MOC and I would be pleased to get feedback.
Greetings Kevin

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