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Started by B777LR, February 10, 2009, 06:58:45 AM

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Should i do a winter diorama?

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Voting closed: February 15, 2009, 06:58:45 AM


Ok, im about to do a Yak-39, Soviet special performance fighter :thumbsup:

Should i do a winter diorama, like the one below? It will be a different set up though. Im thinking a shelter of some kind... :thumbsup:



Yes, 'cos you're good at it.... ;D :thumbsup:
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Of course it should be winter.  Afterall, what could be more appropriate for a Russian diorama.

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and because it's interesting---you don't see a lot of winter dioramas.
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Winter, definitely:

1) Dodgy paint job can easily be obscured by snow

2) Snow is easier than 1/72nd scale blades of grass

3) If I have to freeze in this $#!+ then those little plastic buggers can too!
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