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Hussein El Kaissy shares some pictures of a unique subject with his diorama incorporating a 3D printed military robot.
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Frantisek Cekal shares with us some images of his diorama showing a Steyer 1500A in the Libyan Desert in 1942.
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We take a quick video peek at this new book from Accion Press.
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Anirudh Arun shares with us his diorama of an M1A2 Abrams on patrol in an urban area of Iraq.
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Pete Becerra share his diorama "Knock Knock" which shows the 2nd ID Stryker Brigade on a Cordon and Search Mission.
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Keith Forsyth presents his latests work with a modern Diorama of the fall of Baghdad.
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Keith forsyth shares with us a WW2 middle east diorama, Using Accurate armour's KY2 Ambulance.
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Dan Capuano continues to delight us with his vison through his diorama work.
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Matt has put together a fantastically detailed diorama. This is a head turning diroama with emotion and feeling everwhere.
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Paul Marshal displays one of his early pieces of work with this simple Vignette.
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Nick Tsarev builds a stunning British desert rats scene and shares this with us
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Robert Burik shares with us his recent Diorama based on the push to Bagdad in April 2003.
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Have you ever wondered what they used to use to move artillery? How about a camel. This is a great diorama that brings a smile to your face.
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Roy (Christer) displays a nicely done MLRS in the desert. Top Brass is always fun to have around.
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Ralph brings us Tamiya's M2A2 with a scratch build oil well/pump and Verlinden figures. The blue background gives an mysterious 'feel' to the diorama.
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