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Believe it or not, this
is my first fully-fledged diorama.
It was a rocky road to
completion, but the end result is quite pleasing.
The first stage was the
base and the building. The base is a corkboard with a timber frame
deisgned for pinning up notices. I glued the building to the base, then
poured plaster for the groundwork. The destroyed timberwork was added
next using balsa wood and fine timber. The timber grain was accentuated
by dragging a fine-tooth razor saw accross the balsa wood, then stained
with a dark brown wash followed by dry brushing in a lighter tone.
The rubble was a
compilation of Firestorm and a real house brick pulverized with a
Once the building and
the ground work were completed, the kits and figures were added. At that
stage even more rubble was sprinkled around so that the kits, figures
and basework were blended together.
Finally, I placed loose
scattered items (eg boxes, spent shell cases and ammunition) in the
appropriate places to complete the diorama.
Who knows, maybe I will
I recently bought a Photoshop Plugin called "Old Movie". This is a
filter which permits simple and flexible "aging" of colour images.
I applied the Old Movie filter to a few of my photos of Andrew's
diorama. Interesting effect!
Click the thumbnails below to view larger images:
Text and Model Copyright 2003 by Andrew Judson
Images Copyright 2003 by Brett Green
Page Created 12 June, 2003
Last Updated 25 March, 2004
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