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Discussion in 'Dioramas and static displays' started by Bo-Bo, Nov 9, 2019.

  1. Bo-Bo

    Bo-Bo Full Member

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    I thought I would share one of dioramas. This diorama is built on a 4”x4” oak plinth and the scale is OO gauge. The scene is a fisheries sloped wagon waiting in a siding to be picked up.
    I hope you like my work.
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    Toto I'm best ignored Staff Member Founder Administrator

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    Welcome aboard and thanks for posting.

    A fantastic diorama. Great quality work packed into a very minimal space. Just shows, space is no boundary and can produce a very worthwhile and hugely realistic scene.

    What a terrific start. Nedd Ivsay ........ more of the same please.


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    Toto thank you for the kind comments, I like to use this size plinth for my dioramas. I agree with you Toto space is no boundary and I love putting in as much detail in without overdoing it.
     
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    Toto I'm best ignored Staff Member Founder Administrator

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    I don't think you have overdone it. You have a great balance of simplicity with enough terrific detail to hold the audience. I'd say the mark of a great modeller. I think your dioramas are going to be popular on here somehow

    Again, thanks for sharing.

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