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Tag: Diorama

Classic Video Game Paper Dioramas: 3D-Tinted Glasses

Classic Video Game Paper Dioramas: 3D-Tinted Glasses
Alain Wildgen converts scenes from old video games to 3D artworks by hand. For each game, Alain looks for a good screenshot online and prints that on paper. He then adds depth to the scene by cutting the print into several pieces and using foam rubber to raise some of the pieces above the others.

Princess Peach Wrecking Ball Diorama: Chain Chomp Cyrus

Princess Peach Wrecking Ball Diorama: Chain Chomp Cyrus
Princess Peach is on a wrecking ball, and ready to tear down the walls of Mushroom Kingdom. Miley who? Peach is much classier, even though she is nearly as scantily clad as Miley was. And Chain Chomps beat wrecking balls any day.
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The LEGO Movie Poster in LEGO Needs its Own Poster

The LEGO Movie Poster in LEGO Needs its Own Poster
ToroLUG member DarthNick made this awesome diorama to promote The LEGO Movie. It’s a diorama that includes a replica of the stylized typography of the movie’s title, as seen in one of its posters. DarthNick says that the diorama is currently on display at a movie theater, after which it will be shown off at a LEGO store.

Sherlock Shrunken: 221B Baker Street in an Altoid Tin

Sherlock Shrunken: 221B Baker Street in an Altoid Tin
221B Baker Street. Do you know that address? Sherlock Holmes fans know that this is where the world’s greatest detective resides. The apartment and address are a big part of the legend that is Sherlock Holmes.

LEGO Joker’s Fun House: Wanna Know How I Got This Park?

LEGO Joker’s Fun House: Wanna Know How I Got This Park?
Welcome to Mr. J’s carnival. You must be 1.5″ tall to ride. That’s because this is a LEGO diorama featuring the Clown Prince of Crime’s headquarters of sorts. Made by Paul “Brickbaron” Etherington, it contains lots of moving parts and depicts Batman and other characters in dire straits against Joker and other villains.

Secret Base PC Casemod: Cyberpunk over Function

Secret Base PC Casemod: Cyberpunk over Function
Yeah, there’s a computer in here somewhere. This is Japanese designer Hiroto Ikeuchi’s award-winning casemod, which is basically a toy diorama that erupted over a PC. According to Wired, Hiroto calls the diorama his “secret base.” It’s filled with soldiers, mecha and guns along with gadgets, electronics and trinkets made to look like weapons or heavy machinery.

LEGO Monsters vs. Mecha Dioramas: Pacific Bricks

LEGO Monsters vs. Mecha Dioramas: Pacific Bricks
Hobby Inside is a South Korean professional LEGO building crew. They make multi-layered and very detailed LEGO dioramas for display. While most of their work depict cities and landscapes, they also have a handful of dioramas that feature monsters and mechas duking it out on a wrecked city, like this unmistakable nod to Pacific Rim:

LEGO Steampunk Batcave: Na na na na na na Choo Choo

LEGO Steampunk Batcave: Na na na na na na Choo Choo
Flickr member/playboy/billionaire Jonas aka Legopard made this funny alternate take on Batman and his secret headquarters. As with many LEGO builds, Legopard’s Steampunk Batcave rewards those who give it a closer look. The wooden Tumbler is hilarious.

Q*Bert Playable Diorama: What the !@$%!^?

Q*Bert Playable Diorama: What the !@$%!^?
As iconic as Q*Bert was back in the 1980s, it was also one of the most difficult and frustrating arcade games I ever played. I never was able to master it, though I’ve done a little better playing it on MAME – without the fear of going broke feeding the machine with quarters.

LEGO Batcave: Where the Block Knight Returns

LEGO Batcave: Where the Block Knight Returns
We’ve already seen a LEGO version of Batman’s base. But while that one opted for a vertical build, Carlyle Livingston II and Wayne Hussey chose to make their Batcave sprawl lengthwise. It’s crammed with wonderful details just waiting to be discovered.

Miniature Star Wars Terrariums Land You on Tatooine, Endor, Dagobah, Where’s My Hoth Snowglobe?

Miniature Star Wars Terrariums Land You on Tatooine, Endor, Dagobah, Where’s My Hoth Snowglobe?
Star Wars fans, here’s a fun accessory to place on your desktop or bookshelf. It’s a series of handmade terrariums, each depicting a scenic location from one of the Star Wars films.

LEGO Faerie Forest Reminds Us of Endor

LEGO Faerie Forest Reminds Us of Endor
I think that most of us probably wanted to live in a tree house at some point when we were growing up. I know when I was a kid I wanted to live in a giant redwood like an Ewok so badly that I could barely stand it.

LEGO Breaking Bad Meth Lab: Breaking Bricks

LEGO Breaking Bad Meth Lab: Breaking Bricks
Breaking Bad has to be one of the best shows ever on television. It’s too bad that it will have it’s final season next year, and soon be over. But you can always build your own LEGO dioramas to relive all of the great scenes like Redditor garyisyoudotcom’s friend, who built this awesome meth lab.

Best Star Wars Lego Diorama Ever Even Plays the Theme Music

Best Star Wars Lego Diorama Ever Even Plays the Theme Music
How does Germany celebrate the release of The Phantom Menace in 3D? With the world’s most awesome Star Wars diorama of course. Rene Hoffmeister and Lorenz Lnggrtnr built this super complex diorama featuring sets from Star Wars completely built out of LEGO.

Hill Valley 2015 from Back to the Future II Recreated in LEGO

Hill Valley 2015 from Back to the Future II Recreated in LEGO
Great Scott, Marty! It’s Hill Valley in the year 2015. And it’s made entirely out of LEGO. This amazing recreation of Hill Valley from Back to the Future II was created by Alex Jones (aka “Orion Pax.”) It’s a diorama featuring various buildings from Hill Valley and the detail is amazing.

Star Wars Escape from Docking Bay 327 Diorama: Lights Up Like a Christmas Tree

Star Wars Escape from Docking Bay 327 Diorama: Lights Up Like a Christmas Tree
Take a look at this awesome diorama of the Death Star hangar where the Millennium Falcon landed. It’s titled Escape from Docking Bay 327 and was built by Dave, (aka F2 at the M.O.C Pages.)
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