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I have begun to make things other than the giant fractal stuff. Fractals are part of it. But this is where I break the 'purist mode' of crating things. I have bought other supplies that are made for diorama creation. I also got a couple of 3D Pens to play with for on the spot modding and welding of parts.


These are the first two things I made to test procedures and methods. Not everything can be printed and have the look that I wanted. But, as raw as these are, they are the experiments for a diorama that I have all the parts printed, just not assembled as I am just now returning to health and getting caught up. I will post more on the extreme diorama which is a 14" diameter swamp scene with critters and such.


These are not big as I just wanted to experiment. That is an American Quarter for scale size.


















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Oh!! Hahahahaha...


"Gator Falls."


I used to be around the St. Augustine area and they had a lot of those little 'gator farm' type of roadside things just go out of business. So, I had a lot of fun with that and the crazy trees and roots.



Thank you for the compliment. That means a lot coming from you. As I have begun to return to decent health, I am finally getting started on being caught up. Things to mail. Things to put together more Noobverse stuff, etc.


But I am about to start documenting my 'Swamp Witch' diorama and that will be prep for my 1 meter sized Allosaurus diorama. :)


Thanks again!!

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