It is hard to distinguish it from reality: all the details are perfect! This is a great tutorial to model a dirty old road for your diorama.
This is truly an amazing dio, with great vegetation and terrain. In just 4 minutes you will see all the steps of its making.
Need a small wall section of wall in ruins for your diorama? This nice video tutorial gives a quick recipe.
Cobblestone roads were popular not just in Normandy, but in many other places, and this tutorial shows many tricks about how to reproduce one of them.
The Dutch manufacturer Reality In Scale makes numerous diorama accessories and the guys of Scale War Machines look at their terrain & groundwork vegetation range.
Dealing with a diorama with buildings in Italy? This video gives very useful tips about how to paint them.
This time Ivan The Terrible has chosen a different subject for his diorama, bringing us in a WWII German landstrip.
I love this small tool... it allows me to make by myself all the leaves i want for my diorama, with different colors, in a breeze.
You just finished a wonderful road in your diorama but... didn't you forget something? Yea, the markings! And Kathy shows us the best way to reproduce them!
This videos shows various types of foliage available to terrain builders presenting clump foliage, lichen and tall grass and how to apply them.
Looking for inspiration for the scattered materials on your diorama's terrain? Try to go in the kitchen!
Today Kathy Millat looks at how to model a river bed.
The guys of Precision Ice show us how to achieve a realistic effect spreading their snow effect with multiple layers.
Obvious: on the coast line there are waves But how to reproduces them? Troels Kirk shows us his technique in his HUGE diorama.
A convincing path is not just a brow line in our diorama. As usual Kathy gives us precious suggestions to model a very convincing one!
Roads and landstrips... to model them you need to reproduce the tarmac, and Kathy Millat show us how to do it.
Using an electric applicator is the best way to spread the static grass on your dio, but they aren't so cheap. But... hei, you can build it by yourself!
If you don't have time to sculpt and build the trees for your diorama, there are around "ready to use" trees, and here great tips to make them look better.
Rubbles ae quet common in urban environments dios, and havign them in form of "paste" make easy the application. This tutorial proposes an interesting recipe.
Another quick but complete video for a great diorama, depicting a KV-1 Ehkranami Tank from Trumpeter and Russian Assault Infantry from Tamiya in Russia
Do you need debris for your next diorama terrain? Follow this quick and nice tutorial !
This time we go to North Afrika, with Ivan The Terrible and his diorama depicting a Panzer III E on this terrain.
Would you like to add a waterfall to your diorama? Follow Kathy Millatt video tutorial step by step.
2 parts video tutorial, to follow the full buid of this Avenger releasing the torpedo with all the splashes.
When creating a diorama terrain, blast craters should not be so unusual. Here how to easily reproduce them.
An unusual dio of a paratrooper fallen on a church's tower: in 6 minutes from the project of the figures to the finished dio!
I tried it with my last dio, and it is very easy and quick. My suggestion: you can substitute the cutted rope used by the guy with some yellow static grass.
Kathy Millatt, a lady with exquisite talent in diorama, shows us how to model a very convincing muddy road.
Buuuuuum! Ok, you cannot add the sound, but still you can re-create a truly exploding ground effect.
Small added details make a diorama great, and barbed works very well.Learn hot wo reproduce it with almost no tools.
There are tons and tons of video-tutorials about scale models, dispersed on the Net. But only a few are truly worth to watch. We select the best and only the best video-tutorials: building, detailing, painting, weathering, dioramas and more.
We just finished to tag all the videos in our archives, and the first results is here: a selection of tutorials about the weathering in scale models: all what you need to know to give to your models the perfect dirty or dusty or rusty look!