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In need of a diorama suggestion for this model

April 20 2002 at 5:09 AM
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I want display this model by Eric Wisdom in a diorama and I'm seeking ideas.



 
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Name?

April 22 2002, 10:11 AM 

Well, OK, first I thought of some name, but I forgot it when I saw the tank! Absolutely stunning! One of the best work of art I've ever seen!
How did he do the chipping?

Pelle

 
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April 22 2002, 10:12 AM 

Well, OK, first I thought of some name, but I forgot it when I saw the tank! Absolutely stunning! One of the best work of art I've ever seen!
How did he do the chipping?

Pelle

 
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Anders
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Re: In need of a diorama suggestion for this model

April 25 2002, 8:21 AM 

To begin with, this is the kind of work that makes me want to go dig myself down in a garden or something...

For a dio scene: The commander is obviously etup for a sandstorm, so why not make a very large base, consisting only of desert sand (to make the tank look alone and small), and in it plant small dust clouds, showing that a sandstorm is coming up?

 
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Good Idea

April 25 2002, 11:46 AM 

Thanks, I'll give some thought to modeling a dust storm
Dave

 
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