I like a lot of what you have done here. I understand it may mess up the layout and feel free to leave it but I would move the female behind the firing line or at least near the gate. To me that would not be a good place of someone to stand on a active shooting range, not only for the spectator but also the shooter but that's just me.
Ryan, thanks for your words and your advice. As you can read, itīs not just you, Rob thinks the same about the girl. I will take the advice.
Thanks again, mate!
Interesting dio as usual. Understanding the need to compress the dio for space reasons, (Like the proximity of the fence to the targets) there are still a few minor things I'd change.
I'd move the female closer to the male bystander. Where she is currently standing she'll get peppered from the jackets on the pistols rounds. Plus she's not wearing any eye pro.
Turn the weapon on the table around on the table so it's pointed downrange. (I'd say remove the mags from the other two but in what appears to be a semi permissive environment, I'd probably leave one fully loaded myself)
And finally, I'd have a purpose for that trailer, other than just being there as a filler. Like several ammo cans of differing calibers. Thinking back on Afghanistan, I'd even replace it with a UAZ.
Now for my favorite part:
That "fishnet" cammo on the helmet is not only realistic - it's very well done.
ROb, thanks for your help when I was makin the dio. As you said, itīs not easy to compress the whole scene in a limited area. Not just the fence close to the targets, the targets are closer to the shooter as Iīd like. But it was intended to be a vignette.
As I said before to Ryan, Iīd move the girl to a further position from the targets. I didnīt realize about the eye protection, very good appoinment, friend! About the trailer it was supossed to be on maintenance. Thatīs why is empty and filling the space. But I like the UAZ idea
Iīm glad you like the fishnet, I tried to make it in your figure also, but I tried another colors and is not very visible, damn it!
Again thanks for your help and your knowledge. BTW, Iīll point the 249 to the range.