Clashcityrocker Posted July 8, 2014 Share Posted July 8, 2014 Hi everyone, I posted this on another forum I'm a member of already but I wanted to put it up here since I've been a lurker and haven't posted much and want to join in more (I hope thats not bad form if so please let me know and I'll only post up in one). Hopefully I'll be getting more time to model after an upcoming move to new house with a killer basement with tons of space. I will also be setting up a super basic DIY photo table so at least there is a uniform background and the pics will be a little better. This is a diorama I've been working on and off for the last year since I always seem to have tons of half finished projects going. It's a Revell 1/32 Messerschmitt 109 G-6 that I really rushed to build and didn't take the time to sand and fill and fit everything the best. I know there are some errors that I went on with anyways (wing root paint, ect). I kinda knew I wanted to turn it into a snow dio anyways and thought most of it would be all covered up anyways. Here's the diorama base and plane. I built the base with modeling clay and some rocks and painted it. I've started to apply some static grass in one corner to test out a static grass flocker I just bought. The whole base will get a coverage in the grass before I weather up the plane and add the snow.By the way I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions on snow products. I've been looking at that Precision Ice and Snow product but holy hell it's expensive, and they want 16 pounds to ship to the US. That would be like almost $70 to get it, more than a lot of great kits... Maybe we could get them to do a special bulk order for us US peeps and cut us a deal. Otherwise anyone have any other input (Andrea miniatures, Woodland Scenics, Deluxe Materials, ECT)Also any other comments and hints on anything would be great I'm always learning!Thanks and cheers,Ben Bodenhamer 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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