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    Eternian diorama pieces

    Eternian diorama pieces mainly inspired by FILMATION background art.


    More on Grayskull diorama part here:
    http://www.he-man.org/forums/boards/...rk-In-Progress




    But here I will post some other pieces for bigger Eternian diorama...here is the first one:





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    Nice! I like that it's both gritty AND colorful!

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    Thanks e-man. The colors and plants are inspired by Filmation designs.


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    WOW! Well done all around! I love the plants and how they look like marine plantlife. Very nice touch with how they're blowing in the wind.
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    I'd love to get a materials list on what you used for these. I'm looking at doing some dioramas myself.
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    Thanks guys!

    Quote Originally Posted by MldMnrdReporter View Post
    I'd love to get a materials list on what you used for these. I'm looking at doing some dioramas myself.
    For the base I used styrofoam covered with liquid white glue for wood and with gauze and gauze bandages to get texture like this vintage diorama from catalog:


    Gauze is fixed to the styrofoam elements and also covered with liquid white glue for wood.

    Then painted using acrylic spray and with dry brush using acrylic colors...

    For flocking I just cut pieces from two different green and one brown old sweaters then I used the same wood glue to cover parts of the base and then cover it with flock.
    The pink plants were made from tracing paper painted with acrylics form both sides...


    I also used:

    sisal fibre,
    artificial fur,
    wires,

    acrylic yarn also covered with liquid white glue for wood and then painted...

    I hope this helps.

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