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I used Miniart's tram in 1/35 scale. The buildings are from scratch and i used Yenmodels windows.
Many hours to complete...(about 2 months of work)...
3 additional images. Click to enlarge.
This is the author's premiere headline entry.
Craig Abrahamson said on April 9, 2019
What a well done diorama for your first article...welcome to iModeler - and we're looking forward to your work in subsequent posts. 🙂
Andreas Rousounelis said on April 10, 2019
Thank you very much!
Geir Andersen said on April 9, 2019
Love your work.
Can't wait to see more.
Please keep them coming
Michael E Rieth said on April 9, 2019
Crop out that black base and you wouldn't know it was a diorama. Very realistic.
Robert Royes said on April 9, 2019
Extremely realistic, great job!
Nikos Kosmadakis said on April 10, 2019
Fantastic as usual! Hope to see you in Athens for the next show.
Thanks my friend!
Manuel Magrinho said on April 10, 2019
Awesome! Please, tell us more about the building process!
How do you did the moss on the walls? And the ladder, is photoetched or scratch? do you have photos of the building process?
Congratulations, its amazing!
Thanks! The ladder it is 100% scratch from evergreen.
I have step by step photos but it will pulbish in AK- Interactive's magazine.
Tom Cleaver said on April 10, 2019
You guys who can do these clapped-out models are amazing. Not my thing, but I really like seeing these things when they're done as well as you have done this. It does look real.
Greg Kittinger said on April 10, 2019
Amazing - love how realistic the moss/mold looks. The entire thing could be mistaken for the real thing!
Thanks for your comment Greg!
david leigh-smith said on April 10, 2019
Andreas, this is a simply excellent project that I think is a stunning entrance into the iModeler tribe. This is wonderful; the base, the weathering, the artistry is all lovely to look at - this is one of those dioramas that you can find yourself lost in the details. I’m so impressed.
‘Liked’ (just in case you hadn’t noticed)
Andreas Rousounelis said on April 11, 2019
Thank you very very much David!
I'm glad that you like it!
Dirk Derks said on April 11, 2019
Job well done. Looks outstanding.
bob mack said on April 11, 2019
terrific piece of art...your forethought and patience are beyond belief
Charles King said on April 27, 2019
Andreas Rousounelis is a true artist and have inspired me and still do. Well done buddy.
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