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iLooking for a modeller or diorama make...n/a

I want to make a proper photoshoot for my iBRS in a studio with diorama background. To do this I need help to create the diorama settings. I want to have pillars, broken tiles, chains, swords and pikes everywhere in the background. I realize I'm not a handyman and I specialized in taking pictures with lighting composition. Most of my pictures here are using a table lamp, an iPad light and mirrors. I want to make and EPIC shoot out of it and I need any help I can get.
So far I manage to take these.
first attempt
http://s1.tsuki-board.net/image/Fred4rk1334640660.jpeg
http://s1.tsuki-board.net/image/600/Fred4rk1341160451.jpeg

Last attempt
http://s1.tsuki-board.net/image/Fred4rk1341239313.jpeg


If you are modeller or diorama maker living around Sydney areas, I need your favor. This will be a personal project and I got a studio and backup from experienced professional photographer in the commercial still life for around 20 years.

Feel free to leave me a message if you think you want to do this.

What I'm aiming to create. Something like this.
http://s1.tsuki-board.net/image/drowranger1332475716.jpeg
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02 years agoglockenpopglockenpop
You can buy things like cake pillars/columns from cake shops and paint it yourself, I've always wanted to try something like this but never have the time.
02 years agoFred4rkFred4rk
Ellis (2 years ago) #1013131I think you've done a pretty good job so far and you would probably make a good diorama. You should try it yourself and see how it goes! Handyman or not, you can always learn!
My aim is to create something much better from this. I'm going to make one set by myself but I want to see what I'm able to do with better sets.
02 years agoEllisEllis
I think you've done a pretty good job so far and you would probably make a good diorama. You should try it yourself and see how it goes! Handyman or not, you can always learn!
02 years agoFred4rkFred4rk
Bleuberry (2 years ago) #1012875I've seen great ones made out of Styrofoam that has been painted very well. They don't require tons of work or skill, just a few ref pictures, materials, and some time. You might have to get a bit creative if you want to use things like wood.

Other than that, I haven't ever seen someone made a very nicely done diorama, like you want, for cheap since it sounds like you'd want real materials (metals, glass, wood, etc) and super effects that go outside of someone just painting and presenting.

I think with some photoshop skills, your diorama could be sub par and still make people love it just for the things you were able to edit and add to the pictures.


I don't mind styrofoam but I lives in a very crowded flat share. I don't have space to store the materials.
02 years agoBleuberryBleuberry
I've seen great ones made out of Styrofoam that has been painted very well. They don't require tons of work or skill, just a few ref pictures, materials, and some time. You might have to get a bit creative if you want to use things like wood.

Other than that, I haven't ever seen someone made a very nicely done diorama, like you want, for cheap since it sounds like you'd want real materials (metals, glass, wood, etc) and super effects that go outside of someone just painting and presenting.

I think with some photoshop skills, your diorama could be sub par and still make people love it just for the things you were able to edit and add to the pictures.
02 years agocitruscitrus
It shouldn't be too hard to make your own set. It's not expensive either, and proper weathering isn't a skill that demands a lot of precision or anything.

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