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Urban Legend Jungle Queen by Legends - Diorama

Here is another great diorama made by Marshall.

He tells us a bit about this project:

There are some of these on the Internet, but I wanted to make this stand out. First of all the right hand was changed to a glove with a whip. Secondly I wanted to add hair to make it more three dimensional than just the cast metal you get.


Here is the raw figure minus the tiger.

The figures

The Log is done

The log


Figure done before hair modification and whip change. Instead of thinning red paint I found that Citadel Foundation Tallarn Flesh worked great for shading.

The painted figure


The Tiger is done

The tiger

Base made of Plaster of Paris.


Tree components. Place items in a baggie, place glue strategically on tree, stick in baggie and shake. These are railroader scenery items.


He used Craft Fur for the Hair.

Face detail with hair additions, and whip. The whip was done with suture cotton thread size 1 coated with Elmer's glue, shaped and left to dry.


The completed diorama

Finished diorama !!!

The diorama



Urban Legends: Jungle Queen

Dark Heaven 25mm heroic-scale miniatures are sold unpainted and may require assembly.



Auburn Venus

Auburn Venus This diorama was inspired by the famous Boticelli painting of the Birth of Venus. It's a wonderful and creative idea. Auburn Venus.



Will's Book on Diorama Making

Will's Book

How to Make Fantasy and Medieval Dioramas

This books shows you how to make fantasy and medieval dioramas using many commonly available tools and materials. There are over 100 pictures and illustrations showing you how to make great dioramas in fantasy and medieval styles. Chapters include basics, water effects, terrain tips and special effects like electricity and small motors. Tutorials include how to use foam, plaster of paris and paper mache to make great looking dioramas.