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This Artist Creates Fascinating Miniature Sculptures Of The Horrors Of The World Wars  

Samantha Dillinger
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Model-maker Andy Belsey possesses a talent for art and an eye for detail, two qualities that make his miniature World War I and II models so fascinating to see. Belsey's WWI and WWII miniatures portray scenes of combat with remarkable precision, and few scenarios appear outside his realm of expertise. In fact, Besley's figures span so many different scenes that Ranker already made another list of his war miniatures. From the trenches to the shores of Normandy, Belsey captures these scenes with both artistry and historical accuracy, demonstrating a genuine passion for the subject.

A British Front-Line Dugout
A British Front-Line Dugout is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list This Artist Creates Fascinating Miniature Sculptures Of The Horrors Of The World Wars
Photo: Andy Belsey/Andy Belsey Models
The Interior Of A Dugout
The Interior Of A Dugout is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list This Artist Creates Fascinating Miniature Sculptures Of The Horrors Of The World Wars
Photo: Andy Belsey/Andy Belsey Models
Aerial View Of No Man's Land
Aerial View Of No Man's Land is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list This Artist Creates Fascinating Miniature Sculptures Of The Horrors Of The World Wars
Photo: Andy Belsey/Andy Belsey Models
Work Party Repairing A Damaged Trench
Work Party Repairing A Damaged... is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list This Artist Creates Fascinating Miniature Sculptures Of The Horrors Of The World Wars
Photo: Andy Belsey/Andy Belsey Models