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I have been trying out different techniques and diorama design styles for some time now. Been working out on the 'Damaged scattered' look, and car damaged look. Haven't been able to decide on a possible diorama look but been working on variations(at least two). Figures will also be added later. Still needs a little bit mor work. 

 

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I can see that there is a lot of work gone into this Charles and you've made it chillingly realistic.

 

John.

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1 hour ago, Bullbasket said:

I can see that there is a lot of work gone into this Charles and you've made it chillingly realistic.

 

John.

Thank you John. Much appreciated. 

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Superb, very well done. May I suggest one thing? Some fine, rusty wire wrapped loosely around the wheels to represent the steel belts that were in the tyres would be another detail to add.

 

Here's an example

 

https://www.istockphoto.com/au/photo/burned-and-charred-remains-of-a-fire-damaged-car-left-on-the-side-of-the-road-after-gm1094457742-293741125

 

The wires are visible around the wheel in the foreground. Just a thought.

 

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It looks real . Very good . Hard to believe there is a lot of plastic there , looks like mangled metal .

well done and thanks for showing

 

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5 hours ago, Yorkshire man said:

Very convincing.

Thanks. 

4 hours ago, Rob G said:

Superb, very well done. May I suggest one thing? Some fine, rusty wire wrapped loosely around the wheels to represent the steel belts that were in the tyres would be another detail to add.

 

Here's an example

 

https://www.istockphoto.com/au/photo/burned-and-charred-remains-of-a-fire-damaged-car-left-on-the-side-of-the-road-after-gm1094457742-293741125

 

The wires are visible around the wheel in the foreground. Just a thought.

 

Hi Rob. Yeah. I gad thought about it but seeing that most of the photos I had used shown mostly the rims without any steel belts. A nice feature though. I remember doing just that on my Burnt out truck. :)

Btw, I love the reference photos. Definitely saving those to my heaps of ref photos. Thanks. 

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Seriously, how much gasoline have you used to make this mess? ... lol.
Jokes aside, it really seems burned, very well achieved the effect.:goodjob:
Cheers mate 👍

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That's artistry not model making Charles.

 

I don't know what your plans are for the figures are but have you considered a civilian photographer/film crew to bring some contrasting colour to the finished scene.

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On 11/4/2019 at 9:47 PM, Richard E said:

That's artistry not model making Charles.

 

I don't know what your plans are for the figures are but have you considered a civilian photographer/film crew to bring some contrasting colour to the finished scene.

Not really, but now that you've  mentioned it, I will definitely consider it. Thank you for the tip. 

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A very sombre scene but so realistically modelled!

Well done!

👍👍

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amazing work - no more needs to be said!

 

Is that the meng pickup truck you have blown up?  I did a version with the AA guns on the back painted as a Jurassic Park vehicle.  Your painting skills to make them look burnt out is very good.

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On 11/25/2019 at 4:42 AM, kapam said:

A very sombre scene but so realistically modelled!

Well done!

👍👍

Thank you kindly. Glad you approved.

On 11/25/2019 at 4:24 PM, Pagey said:

amazing work - no more needs to be said!

 

Is that the meng pickup truck you have blown up?  I did a version with the AA guns on the back painted as a Jurassic Park vehicle.  Your painting skills to make them look burnt out is very good.

Thank you. Yes. It is the MENG pickup truck. 

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Slightly macabre, but so well done, as always. I can almost smell the ash.

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That looks like someone had a REALLY bad day.

Very impressive, I'll be interested in seeing what you have in mind for figures.

 

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Yer see, sometimes things cross from modelling to artistry.

 

Excellent work.  Well done.

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On 12/1/2019 at 6:26 PM, Tzulscha said:

That looks like someone had a REALLY bad day.

Very impressive, I'll be interested in seeing what you have in mind for figures.

 

Thanks. We shall see. 

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On 12/1/2019 at 6:34 PM, busnproplinerfan said:

Like to see how you did the burn effect.

Its pretty and not so advance method, as I am a modeller who like quick and easy procedures. One day, I'll try and do a How-to video. 

On 12/1/2019 at 6:37 PM, PLC1966 said:

Yer see, sometimes things cross from modelling to artistry.

 

Excellent work.  Well done.

Thank you. Glad you see it as such. 

On 12/1/2019 at 10:42 PM, LostCosmonauts said:

Utterly brilliant

My humble thanks. 

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