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Representing reality in miniature.

‘An Inglorious End’ – Scratch built 1/32 B-17 Fortress Diorama

by Richard Carrick on November 22, 2014 in Diorama -- 35 Comments

Hi guys – this is one I finished last year. It’s a 1/32 Fortress, scratch built and based on the old Combat Models vacform. Total construction time was 18 months. The HK Models kit was released about a year into […]

1/48 Tamiya Mosquito diorama

by Brian Scott on November 3, 2014 in Diorama -- 10 Comments

Well starting on my second diorama. The 10HP Tilly truck is by Tamiya . Refueling cart and starter cart is from the Pro Modeler ground equipment set . Cheers Brian

The AVG »Flying Tigers« diorama 1/48

by Miha Kosi on October 19, 2014 in Diorama -- 20 Comments

The story of American Volunteer Group (AVG) in China is legendary and well known. For my Flying Tigers diorama I chose the scene from Loiwing in the Southeast China in april 1942. It was one of rare occasions, where different […]

Same Citroen Cabriolet different dioramas, 1/35 scale Tamiya

by California Steve on September 24, 2014 in Diorama -- 35 Comments

I was having some trouble loading up some photos but I think you get the idea. This was a fun project. I did a little homework on the Citroen and discovered they had some cabriolets. This was a bit of […]

Desert diorama. Or, two types of camels.

by California Steve on September 14, 2014 in Diorama -- 36 Comments

Here is a dio I built for my brother in law. He collects the expensive King and Country pre built tanks and miniatures. Here are some photos with a strange looking armored vehicle and a overall photo with a Bedouin […]

Crete 1943 diorama.

by Paul van Acker on April 19, 2014 in Diorama -- 9 Comments

Took me ages to figure out what vehicle to use. Settled on a 1/48 SD Kfz7 from Bandai. Waterfall is clear resin. Hope you like. Thanks for looking. Happy Easter everyone. Paul..

LCM-3 diorama 1/48

by Paul van Acker on April 14, 2014 in Diorama -- 8 Comments

With Hasegawa Jeep and a heap of clear resin. Did 25 layers of resin getting lighter in colour the higher it went, for depth. Hope you like.

Alan Wolfson – Master of Diorama Building

by Editor on January 27, 2014 in Diorama -- 8 Comments

What’s that giant quarter doing in the New York subway station? Actually, the entire scene is a diorama, or “miniature urban sculpture” created by Alan Wolfson. Alan Wolfson specializes in modeling urban environments. Complete with complex interior views and lighting […]

Battle of Midway A Monster Diorama Project.

by Randy Guenin on December 15, 2013 in Diorama -- 18 Comments

I can’t take credit for the project but I did do the detail work, (kit construction and modifications), and helped with some of the engineering, as it applied to my kits. The diorama is at the Pacific Air Museum at […]