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This diorama came about of necessity. A diorama had been destroyed by child sometime ago. I decided to reuse items from that diorama together with another diorama to to make up for the destroyed one. Most of the figures have been taken from other smaller dioramas together with newer ones to form this recent version. I have been contemplating a vehicle, such as a pickup, but not too sure. I think the diorama looks good a nd makes a statement as is. We shall see late on down the line if I change my mind.

 

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The diorama maker Marijn van Gils says that every element of a diorama must be done to the same standard if it's to succeed.

 

I think that he would be complimentary about yours.

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20 minutes ago, Ade H said:

The diorama maker Marijn van Gils says that every element of a diorama must be done to the same standard if it's to succeed.

 

I think that he would be complimentary about yours.

 

Uplifting thoughts. I know the artist. He is a remarkable builder.

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I prefer the negative space in the composition; rather than break it up with a large, inorganic car stuck between small, organic people. Without a vehicle to hide behind, they look more vulnerable; and the rearmost fighters have space into which they are running. The two groups are connected by that space.

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