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Designing a shadowbox diorama

Started by Hauk, July 27, 2016, 02:28:03 PM

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That diorama looks TERRIFIC! Uh, I mean quite satisfactory. -- Russ


Yes, really great. It looks like a cathedral of the industrial age.



The green is Tamiya XF-73 Dark Green
The general view is looking Good
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Bill Gill

Bernhard said it just right:a cathedral of the industrial age


Quote from: Barney on July 04, 2024, 01:54:35 PMThe green is Tamiya XF-73 Dark Green
The general view is looking Good

Thanks, both for the color code and the heads up!

Regards, Hauk
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Quote from: Hauk on July 04, 2024, 10:49:58 AMNot sure how many pieces of rolling stock that is optimal for the scene. Might be enough with a disassembled engine.

I can only agree! Too many pieces would eventually distract from the main object.
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