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A convincing diorama scene starts from the ground and goes up from there. The groundwork of any model scene, largely composed of dirt-like material is not scale dependent. Most dirt, plant and weed representations in smaller scales need finer grades of material than their larger counterparts.How much does it cost to make a diorama?
Many of these kits range in price from $250 to $500 or $600, not something I can easily slip into my modeling budget. Planning a diorama takes into account a lot more than an assessment of your existing completed models that happen to fit the same scale.What is 100% natural Diorama scenery material?
100% Natural diorama scenery material. The natural structure creates an instant realistic look for small and large rocks. Cork is versatile, tough and easy to work with. Fine, medium and coarse pieces.How much area will the diorama cover?
This will roughly cover an area of 400 - 600 cm2. Warning: Keep away from children. No consumption. Creating realistic mud effects for your vehicle or diorama has just become easy.