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NEW PRODUCT: Diorama 1/6 Scale Base Set The Forest 2.0 (Size S) From Inboxstudio Code: IBS06062018

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Stryker2011

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One sixth scale diorama base
The Forest 2.0 (Size S)

Custom 100% Handmade
Product Material : Resin
Size : Length 18cm; Width 14cm; Height 10cm.
Net Weight : 0.5Kg

Suggest MSRP: $63.79 USD

diorama - NEW PRODUCT: Diorama 1/6 Scale Base Set The Forest 2.0 (Size S)  From Inboxstudio  Code: IBS06062018 66201810

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My problem with these kinds of dioramas is that they are too low. In order to be an effective background something needs to be around the same height as the figure - ideally it should be taller.


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GubernatorFan

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It's a nice enough piece, but just large enough for one figure to stand on it (and I do hope that column is removable). But shazzdan is right, it doesn't have enough (any) of a backdrop, which is what really makes a diorama. So if you want a foresty base for a figure, perfect. But calling it anything with "diorama" in it seems a little misleading. Now maybe if you had a matching printed background, and you if you could interconnect let's say three bases like that (and maybe if you could also remove and attach the plant pieces in a randomized manner of your choice), this would be so much more useful.


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Not an option for everyone, I know, but I'd probably rather go to a...well...forest.

Good thought, though.

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The nature is outside for great photograpie and it´s for Free.

Thanks for showing us, Striker

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Stryker2011

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Ephiane wrote:The nature is outside for great photograpie and it´s for Free.

So true. But I’m afraid my neighbors might call the police if they saw me out in the yard playing with my dolls. Embarassed


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No sorry nice base but its not even big enough to be called a vignette and it certainly is not a diorama. im on vacation for 2 weeks maybe i should take my girls and see what i can make

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Stryker2011

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Delanie wrote:No sorry nice base but its not even big enough to be called a vignette and it certainly is not a diorama. im on vacation for 2 weeks maybe i should take my girls and see what i can make

Please do. Would love to see what you do/have.


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Bit small, but would make a nice base for a biker scout Wink


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GubernatorFan

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Good point, scalawag.


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I don't get how it supports a figure safely... is that top part an adjustable "T" piece that's supposed to be a crotch support?

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Well, I think it'd be great for a 6" figure for sure.

Reminds me, I was doing some location scouting in a graveyard close to my house, gonna have to make a trek there with some 'Nam guys when I get a chance.

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