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Jarmo P
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Panzer Werkstatt, France, 1944, 3/s.H.Pz. Abt. 503

June 10, 2024 · in Diorama · · 20 · 217

Couple of years old diorama. With this thing I forgot old saying that less is more, so there is surely more...
Without any hesitation I decided to put "all in" and see what happens. And this was the outcome.
This is also kind of storage for my railroad kits. Size is 30x16 inches (70x40cm).

Kits used (Scale ):
Miniart:
36059 - Railroad Crossing (partly used)
35568 - Railway Track with Dead End (European gauge)
35561 - Railway Track (European gauge)
35296 - Railway Gondola 16,5-18t
35303 - Soviet Railway Flatbed 16,5-18t
35359 - Werkstattkraftwagen TYP-03-30
35353 - German Repairmen
35319 - German Tank Repair Crew. (Special Edition)

Sabre:
35A04 - Tank car Kesselwagen

Takom:
2124 - Stratenwerth 16t Strabokran /45 Production & Hanomag ss100
2046 - WWII German Heavy Tank Sd.Kfz.182 King Tiger Porsche Turret w/Zimmerit and interior

Building walls:
RT-diorama, Railroad Warehouse Art.-Nr.: 35247
RT-diorama, Freight Shed Art.-Nr.: 35211

There are also lots of scratch build parts, like building doors (partially), roofs and roof accessories, chimney,
railroad crossing, gun box, tree, etc.

Weathering with AK, Mig, Tamiya products.

Edit: I added some additional pictures.

Reader reactions:
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20 responses

  1. Well done! An impressive amount of detail and all nicely done.

  2. That is one impressive diorama...wow!

  3. I could spend a lot of time just studying any part of this diorama, so much detail!

  4. Fantastic diorama, Jarmo! An impressive amount of excellent detailing, yet not overly detailed.
    Well done!

  5. A very cool diorama, Jarmo @jp
    Lots of details all over, lots of activities going on at various places.
    Two thumbs up.

  6. Wow, what a masterpiece this diorama is.
    Lots of things going on, so much to see!
    Awesome job.

  7. That's awesome - the details keep me coming back for another look!

  8. Amazing detail work, Jarmo.

  9. That is pretty amazing!

  10. I love all the narratives implied in this scene.

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