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Modifying the Wall

In Glen's Diorama "Captured by the Marquis" we see a very realistic scene. He used a kit wall from MK35 (The Normandy Wall) and he took it to another level by modifying it.

Here he explains how he did it.

This is part of the "Captured by the Marquis" Diorama

 

 


The wall was scribed and shaped on one side only. To make it look effective I used tissue soaked in a pva water mix and stuck it on to give it a textured look, as the wall is made out of plaster it was easy to replicate the stonework. I have attached some more photos showing the wall and the tree.

 

 

 

 

Weekend Liberty! Jeep Diorama

Here is a terrific little diorama with a Willy's Jeep. This diorama was made by Rod and it was special because he actually owns a real Willy's Jeep. See pics of this and the real Jeep here: Weekend Liberty Diorama

 

 

How to make War Torn City Ruins

Here is a nice little tutorial by John where he shows you his techniques for making great looking city ruins. How to Make City Ruins

 


 

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