I´m not specialist..I did 1 base .What you used for simulate the sand?.. Maybe you could use a smaller grains..and simulate small sand dunes... Maybe this excelente page can help you...http://www.h3.dion.ne.jp/~mokei/e-frame-gallery.htm One of best pages and very usefull
You're right. Actually I bought those rocks for the "n" scale railway tracks. I just think may be some parts of desert may be full of rocks rather than sands. Let me do it again if I find something smaller.
wtmnot bad for for first attemp.i suppose what you have to really decide on is whether you are to produce simple dioramas to provide a simple backdrop for showing your tanks or you wish to provide a "museum" qaulity display (as seen in Model Armour Magazine etc)?I have decided that for now i will just provde simple backdrops via limited effort in assembling a physical display or as is the case in a number of my shots using Adobe Photoshop or similer to merger model photographs with a simulated envrionment?Anyway If you would like some tips of photography of Dioramas please see "Mehusla's" articale as presented by "Milke's Tanks"http://www.mikes-tanks.com/Tips.htm#Photography_BD99
BD99No, I don't think for now I have the skill to do anything complicated but I want to make a better background for photoshots. Thanks for your advice and I think diosrama is an area I didn't touch in the past but so far I find it's very interesting. It does give the tanks a real or historical touch.
Yes.. the mehusla´s dios and pictures are very nice..I like the way he did the "in Action" pictures...
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