Dramatic Display by K&C
King & Country shows you how, using a little imagination and a selection of our diorama buildings and military miniatures, you too can make your displays ‘come alive‘ and look a lot more exciting. Here’s a closer look at some of our own dramatic displays designed and produced by the K&C Workshop in Hong Kong.
HUE'68... with Tropical Vegetation added!
Here is the 'finished HUE'68 diorama' complete with some tropical and typical local vegetation to promote our new ‘Vietnam’ U.S. Marines in action during the TET Offensive of 1968.
The building is using an adapted version of our ‘French Bank’ which has been repainted and amended with Vietnamese signage... and a Viet Cong flag!
The walls are from the upcoming 3 x Wall Section set... but painted differently to match the house.
The Marines are just some of the ‘Advance Party’ of this exciting and dramatic new series.
Battle on the Beach
While photographing some of our upcoming and future USMC in action we decided to do another 'panorama' shot utilising all of the above with some of our existing Marines and... a long-retired K&C landing craft.
Let battle commence...
Gordon was looking over his photo files of some of his amazing dios from previous years... This one brought back many happy memories. Hope you like it too!
The Cost of Victory & Marines in Camouflage Utilities
As most of you already know Gordon has built several different 'beach scenes' to help display our WW2 USMC Marines and fighting vehicles. The display measures just 30"X 14" and includes most of our existing 'leathernecks' as well as some 'works in progress'!
You might also have noticed a few of our Marines wearing “Camouflage Utilities” in “The Cost of Victory” diorama. While doing photo research on these I saw that some Marines wore a full set (pants and coat) while others appeared in ‘mixed rig’ (half ‘n’ half). So, here’s a selection of what we’re working on at present. We may change or alter a couple here and there…
On The Eastern Front
Last December at the London Show we displayed a very nice "Winter Diorama" featuring our new 'Russian Farm House' SP097... At the time I remember thinking that I would like to do a second version but with a "Summer" theme... Well here it is...
Caught by Surprise
Here is a little vignette of our Polish Cavalry taking on a small column of German vehicles that had come to a temporary halt on a country road...