Building the Ultimate Diorama - Realistic Scenery Vol.7

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+1 1. thundersnow commented 1 year ago

Can't wait for JJ's comment tomorrow on this video! ;) O:)
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+1 2. Klemm commented 1 year ago

The process was much more interesting than the kitschy result.
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+3 3. cameramaster commented 1 year ago

Now that's something I found totally facinating. Nice choice Manro!
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+1 4. Natan_el_Tigre commented 1 year ago

For those that ain't got time for buffering and hiccups: :|
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+3 5. Glubok commented 1 year ago

I have to agree with #3, I find this totally facinating... Looking at people having patience is like a "meditation"....
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+1 6. Judge-Jake commented 1 year ago

#1 Wait no longer! So including the laser printer one of these can be knocked together in an afternoon for only £1500 $2000 and providing you aren't colour blind like me, I'm sure your first attempt will be swell. Absolutely fascinating though. O:)
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0 7. thundersnow commented 1 year ago

Actually I don't find the result kitschy, I think it is made really nicely. I think of kitschy more like something of that nature: