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Tag: Diorama

Star Wars Dioramas at The 50th Shizuoka Hobby Show: The Detailed Side of the Force

Star Wars Dioramas at The 50th Shizuoka Hobby Show: The Detailed Side of the Force
We’ve seen a few Star Wars dioramas – most of them made with LEGO –  but these works of art from the 50th Shizuoka Hobby Show are unbelievably beautiful. They may not have hundreds of characters or battle scenes, but they more than make up for it in terms of polish and detail.

Box Stories: Miniature Video Game Vistas

Box Stories: Miniature Video Game Vistas
These amazing little diorama boxes tell stories. Not all of them are video game related, but my favorite ones include a scene from Super Mario Bros and one from Tetris. Gatz’s Box Stories are pretty cool once you check out all of the details that he’s included in his scenes.
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3d Super Mario Bros. Diorama: No Glasses Required

3d Super Mario Bros. Diorama: No Glasses Required
We’ve featured a few Cubeecraft creations before, but if you’re a high-level Crafter and can do more than just cut and fold, the folks at Laboratory 424 have quite the project for you – a Super Mario papercraft magnet board:

Good Morning Crono! Get Up and Get These Chrono Trigger Dioramas!

Good Morning Crono! Get Up and Get These Chrono Trigger Dioramas!
These Formation Arts trading figures of everyone’s favorite time-traveling warriors will have you doing a Poyozo Dance. Measuring 2.5 to 4 inches, the dioramas feature Crono, Robo, Lucca, Ayla, Frog and Magus of Chrono Trigger, the game so nice they released it thrice.

Minifigs Run Through LEGO Logan’S Run

Minifigs Run Through LEGO Logan’S Run
What’s not to love about this great LEGO tribute by Keith Goldman to Logan’s Run? If you haven’t ever seen this retro sci-fi flick, it’s well worth it. It’s part of a crop of dystopian movies that were made in the 70s and 80s.

LEGO Stay Puft Marshmallow Man: Who Ya Gonna Call? Minifigs!

LEGO Stay Puft Marshmallow Man: Who Ya Gonna Call? Minifigs!
The minute I saw this awesome LEGO diorama featuring the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, I just had to post about it. This incredibly detailed Ghostbusters LEGO diorama features minifig versions of Venkman, Spengler, Stantz and Zeddmore putting their Proton Packs to use on their giant marshmallowy nemesis.

Leia Vs. Jabba the Hutt: Who Would Win in a Fight?

Leia Vs. Jabba the Hutt: Who Would Win in a Fight?
I think we all know the answer to that question. But if you’re looking for a constant reminder of Leia’s fantastic takedown of the big glob of goo, then look no further than this awesome desktop diorama.

Let the Game Continue in Real Life

Let the Game Continue in Real Life
Er, real LEGO. It’s a triple geek mash-up all the way across the screen! Oh what does it mean?!! The question is, which came first – this or the shirt? Unfortunately, the shirt is extinct already sold out.

Steve Jobs Presents the Ipeep Nano

Steve Jobs Presents the Ipeep Nano
I was cruising around checking out the finalists for the Washington Post’s annual Easter Peeps Diorama competition this morning, and came across this bit of Apple/Peeps humor by Sarah Kohari and Erin Mastrangelo – it’s Peep Chromatic.

Hoth in LEGO, Now With Tauntauns [Empire Strikes Back]

Hoth in LEGO, Now With Tauntauns [Empire Strikes Back]
You can make just about anything from Lego, but it takes a special sort of hard-working soul to build something as painstakingly authentic as this recreation of Hoth from The Empire Strikes Back. With Lego bricks, custom figures, LEDs and creativity, Echo Base lives to be attacked again.

LEGO Star Wars Diorama Blows My Mind

LEGO Star Wars Diorama Blows My Mind
Some people have way more time on their hands than I. Take for instance this guy, who painstakingly created this Star Wars scene using nothing but a crapload of LEGO bricks. Tim Goddard (aka Roguebantha) created this amazingly detailed scene he calls “Rebel Attack”.
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