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Project update on some of my favorite Western characters – Rooster Cogburn (Jeff Bridges) in True Grit has been completed and the pixs are uploaded. Apaloosa’s Virgil Cole (Ed Harris) besides needing a… Continue reading

Saving the Saving Private Ryan Project

The sarge has joined the squad! Capt. John H. Miller (Tom Hanks) Pfc James Ryan (Matt Damon) Pfc Adriano Carparzo (Vin Diesel) Sergeant Horvath (Tom Sizemore) Pfc Reiben (Edward Burns) Pfc Jackson (Barry… Continue reading

“Lucky” Ned Peppers (Barry Peppers) – True Grit 2010

Project Updated 30 Sept 2012   The scarred and snaggletoothed outlaw ‘Lucky’ Ned Pepper came on only in the last third of the Coen brother’s 2010 remake of True Grit. Barry Pepper’s small,… Continue reading

Appaloosa – Virgil Cole (Ed Harris)

I don’t kill people for a living, I enforce the law. Killing is sometimes a by-product — Virgil Cole             Vince (Bad guy): You shoot him, you think… Continue reading

New images! Appaloosa – Hitch Everette (Viggo Mortensen)

Two of my favorite actors are Viggo Mortensen and Ed Harris; two fine character actors who have come under their own, and when the two starred in the movie Appaloosa, a Western adapted from… Continue reading

A one-eyed fat man. True Grit – Rooster Cogburn (Jeff Bridges).

After missing a shot on a bottle he threw up in the air. Rooster Cogburn : “That Chinaman is running them cheap shells on me again.” LaBoeuf : “I thought you gonna say the sun was… Continue reading

Fallschirmjager – Crete 1941

Vassili Zaitsev, Soviet sniper ace

 

SAS Scudhunter – Gulf War 1990

This British SAS Scudhunter figure was kit-bashed for the fabulous One Sixth Warrior Forum Bring 21C into the 21st Century!  group bash. Back to Homepage  

2012-redux US Marine, Battle of Fallujah, 2004

Saving Private Ryan – Sgt Mike Horvath (Tom Sizemore)

Having served previously with the Rangers in North Africa, and Italy alongside Capt. Miller, Technical Sergeant Mike Horvath (Tom Sizemore) was a member of Company C, 2nd Ranger Battalion, on June 6th, 1944. Although Miller relied heavily… Continue reading