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1/12 scale diorama! (first CGIs)


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I've been planning this beauty since 2007, then I suspended this project, then I restarted it again, then suspended again, then I saw the impressive diorama x66 did and then... I restarted it again, to finish it once and for all.

 

Thanks to those things happens in life, I'll be able to spend more money in this diorama. The separates designs are from "Ultimate Spider-Man", then I created each building wall with Power Point (yeah, Power Point)... Everything will be made with gigantoraphies pasted in wood, and one big gigantograph as a background with buildings (images below are not final/finished designs). For any measures, everything on the images below:

 

 

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(Little McFarlane Spider-Man to compare scales) (Background not finished, middle part undone)

 

 

 

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(The road isn't shown on the images below)

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The last ones:

 

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Aaaaannddd... from the right

 

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Of course when the diorama it's done will have: streetlights, lamp posts, whater tank, ads, and the most important... super heroes, super villains, citizens, police officers, thiefs, vehicles and more!

 

I hope to finish it for when Hasbro relaunches Marvel Legends!

 

Please, let me know any tips, questions, etc...

 

Thanks for reading!

 

P.S.: Thanks to x66!

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I had a similar idea, not with power point, but Photoshop! I might suggest using foam core instead of cardboard, you will have much better control of the edges you cut? Visit google.com/images, there you can look up some architectual models made from foam core ( that's what industry created it for usage first)

 

Not nitpicking, it's just that recycled cardboard tends to lose rigidity after a while, your layouts are awesome... I wouldn't want shoddy materials to wreck you dream project?

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I had a similar idea, not with power point, but Photoshop! I might suggest using foam core instead of cardboard, you will have much better control of the edges you cut? Visit google.com/images, there you can look up some architectual models made from foam core ( that's what industry created it for usage first)

 

Not nitpicking, it's just that recycled cardboard tends to lose rigidity after a while, your layouts are awesome... I wouldn't want shoddy materials to wreck you dream project?

 

Well... I'm not gonna use cardboard... everything will be made with wood and duffel

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