Hey... thanks for sharing. These look nice, yet are simple to create.
Great tutorial. I actually use the same method of styrofoam and filler to make gravestones for halloween but never thought about it for a dio, thanks for the idea.
Great tutorial - thanks!
I can't wait to start making one of these, thank you for showing how its done it looks great.
Thanks for showing us. I have started to make some using your method so hopefully I'll do a good job just like you.
Just make sure it's thick enough to suit your purpose.
this is great!!!!
I have yet to decide on what sort of diorama I will be making - but have the COD games (MW1, 2 & 3) to get plenty of ideas......!!!
Great tutorial! After viewing this, I gave it a whirl and have had some good results. Thank you for sharing. I'll post pics soon.
The path of least resistance is the path of the loser. -- H. G. Wells
Very nice simply love the feel to them keep it up
Great pics and tutorial . I use a similar technique on my dio's , but use compressed paper ceiling tiles ( the type you see in offices etc . ) I also pick up "tester pots " of emulsion paint from hardware stores and this keeps the cost right down !
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Brilliant I love it
very cool & helpful.
Great stuff Love the tutorial Doug! By the way, what's a filler? Where can i find one?
What a great Tutorial, thanks for sharing, i will definately give that a go