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(Login mickbemer) Missing-Lynx members 22.214.171.124
Don't see why not.....however
August 15 2005, 6:41 PM
I've seen pictures that had several types of vehicles together so the combination you listed sounds like it should be ok. The only thing I'd worry about is having your dio look to "busy".
I've seen some dioramas that looked really good but had too many subjects to concentrate on and made it hard to really appreciate it. It's sometimes easier and more enjoyable to focus on a dio with 1-2 main subjects that tell a good story. I do admit though there is something cool about seeing a "big" diorama.
(Login achee1) Missing-Lynx members 126.96.36.199
August 16 2005, 6:41 AM
Thanks a lot. Actually I was going to put in a field kitchen as well to the other figure and vehicles. What I wanted was to created a diorama on where these soilders are in a middle a bit of R & R before a outrider comes along with new orders.
(Login dancap3286) Missing-Lynx members 188.8.131.52
Why just 3-4 figures???
August 17 2005, 1:41 PM
is this gonna be a diorama or a vignette? I find nothing wrong with dios that tell a story but I also see nothing wrong with EPIC type dioramas. There are too many people hell bent on a diorama that tells a story. What's wrong with a raging battlescene? Or tank combat? Does that not tell a story of what happens in war and what AFV's are typically meant for? I find that a little more exciting than guys standing around looking at a porno mag or eating breakfast sausage. Your story can be showing what the machinery was meant to do.