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Wednesday, October 10th 2007, 9:24pm

New diorama "Return" :-) 1/96

Hi Kartonist, let me invite my new diorama with names "Return"


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Thursday, October 11th 2007, 8:43am

Hi Praguemodels,

how nice! Your diorama looks like real life. And it reminds me of the old marine paintings you can find in museums.


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Thursday, October 11th 2007, 11:39am


Very nice diorama, it looks really realistic with the white foam on the top of the waves.

How did you paint it that it looks so real?

I'm not sure, but I do already see a mast coming out of the waves (part of a shipwreck)?. Maybe it makes it even more realistic if you add some parts of the wreck floating on the surface, like pieces of broken wood, a wooden barrel, part of a wooden box.


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Thursday, October 11th 2007, 1:27pm

thanx to all,

if you want i can prepare short tutorial about sea but it is realy very easy... I use only tempera for painting... I try special acrylic paste but it is very bad for my ideas and it is very dificult work for me :) I use only disperse mastic, plaster and green, blue, black and white tempera...

thats all :)

and for many suggestions I now work on completation of parts of wreck and barrel ... and other rubish :) in the sea....


more photos of this dioramas you can find here…?showimage=3301

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