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I was looking to see if any of you have done diorama's and to see who would share there images and experiences in doing them.

 

Please feel free to post images for me to admire :) and to learn from.

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wow they are beautiful. What size would they be?

What lights are you using on the back wall of the first one?

Im trying to make some of them.

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Hi Chevron

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2 of my Diorama,s

Best regards

Walter

The West a Wake

 

 

Great work there Walter:tumbsup:

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Hello Chevron,

The Size is 60cmx25cm approx. the Lights are Viessmann,if you come to Bray on Sunday 29.03.15 I have them in Stock.

Best Regards

Walter

The West a Wake

 

Spur Z mit Rokuhan 2 006.jpg

Dart Modul 006.jpg

Fuer Olli 013.jpg

Monumement Valley 1 fast fertig 013.jpg

Monumement Valley 1 fast fertig 015.jpg

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Lovely work Irish trains

can really feel the rural farmyard setting there.

 

 

wow kinvara they are fantabulous.

Good to get pics with the outdoor sky. really helps.

Love seeing work in progress pictures.

 

And the suitcase is an actual? z gauge runner?

 

Wont be able to make the Bray show this time round. :( last time i went i loved it.

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Hi Chevron,

Yes the suitcase/Briefcase is Z Gauge whit Maerklin Track, the one whit the Church is Roukuhan Track

Best Regards

Walter

The West a Wake

Klein Module 006.jpg

Spur 1 Modul and Tara Pier 014.jpg

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Absolutely stunning Walter! You should share a few 'master classes' with how-to's and what 'bits' you have used to such great effect - might bump up sales! :)

 

The mud on the farm one - is that clay? Looks stunningly effective!

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Absolutely stunning Walter! You should share a few 'master classes' with how-to's and what 'bits' you have used to such great effect - might bump up sales! :)

 

The mud on the farm one - is that clay? Looks stunningly effective!

 

Yes i agree with a few how tos or tid bits on how to do or improve on things :)

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Bos.yes it is daz clay pushed down and then the tractor is driven over a few times before it dries.when dry spray with humbrol earth.

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There a few ways of doing it.scruntched up newspaper with chicken wire over then papier mache.polystyrene cut to shape with polyfiller over.mdf cut and then layed on top of each other but staggered back to build up a hillside then as above.

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Absolutely stunning Walter! You should share a few 'master classes' with how-to's and what 'bits' you have used to such great effect - might bump up sales! :)

 

The mud on the farm one - is that clay? Looks stunningly effective!

 

Hi BosKony,

Thanks for the praise

Best regards

Walter

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Hi Walter

 

Lovely stuff, I love the road paving on the one above, and the van- their lovely models

 

Eoin

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i really love your stuff. great quality and look stunning.

 

would love to see some WIP pics to get a glimpse into your knowledge base :)

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