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Saw a couple of these dioramas on FB and just had to give it a go. Hope you like it
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Walt B said on May 10, 2021
That is really a great display! I love it, I have seen a few of those builds on line too, and thought they were neat, I love the way you chose to do yours. Perfect display for an office desk.
Simon Baker said on May 10, 2021
Fantastic work – beautifully done!
John vd Biggelaar said on May 10, 2021
Amazing work on these subwater effects, Nikos.
Jeff Bailey said on May 10, 2021
Great work, Nikos!
Robert Royes said on May 11, 2021
Came out great!
Spiros Pendedekas said on May 11, 2021
This is such an amazing display, φίλε Νίκο!
Manuel González said on May 11, 2021
Very good presentation. It is all well done.
Peter Klin said on May 11, 2021
When modelmaking becomes art…
You turned what is usually considered a defect (air bubbles in the trasparent resin block) in an enhancement of the visual impact of the scene, whereas the iceberg, which is an essential element of the picture, works also as pedestal!
Nikos Kosmadakis said on May 11, 2021
Thank you everyone! I really appreciate your encouraging comments.
Greg Kittinger said on May 11, 2021
Very cool! Well done!
Michel Verschuere said on May 11, 2021
Josh Patterson said on May 11, 2021
Great work Nikos! (But now you have me wondering where Won-hui Lee has been. He also does some fabulous water work!) In a related topic, (a sub under the ice) you might like this series by Destin Sandlin over at Smarter Every Day on YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5d6SEQQbwtU&list=PLjHf9jaFs8XWoGULb2HQRvhzBclS1yimW
Nikos Kosmadakis said on May 12, 2021
Thanks Josh, will take a look at the video
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