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The Church Ruin Diorama Part 3

 

In this part of the tutorial the various details are added to the diorama.

 

 

I proceeded to form the path using railway model ballast, and used some of the moulds of the walls to form stone ruins. Once I was happy with the ruins I then went about using static grass
I used bits of clear plastic card painted in tamiya clear colours and scattered them over the ruins to look like smashed and broken glass along with pieces of timber.

The gravel path is added

 

More ruins added

 

A gravestone

 

added details

 

Overhead view

 

The grass and details

 

NextLet's continue and add the figures

 

 

 


 

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Building Dioramas

Acclaimed modeler Chris Mrosko explains how to build dioramas that showcase models and create dramatic scenes, as well as offering expert modeling tips. Focusing on a step-by-step, how-to approach, modelers will learn the fundamentals of construction and design, airbrushing and finishing tips, how to cast pieces out of resin, and more. The ideal reference for modelers who want to expand their skills and do more with their models. A variety of step-by-step projects that range from Saving Private Ryan to modern global conflicts. Modelers will learn how to create wedgie dioramas to showcase figures.

 

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.