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Here is a photo that a modeler from Spain sent in to show us how he used Poly Fiber, food dye and hairspray to model a cloud of dust! Genius!
Raymond Kelley in San Diego California
Raymond Kelley creates these incredible, tiny dioramas using several types of Woodland Scenics products.
Michael P. French, PhD, Director Graduate Education, Lourdes University in Sylvania Ohio
This is another Civil War Diorama by Michael French. He completed it in the Fall of 2008 and it is now on display at the American Civil War Museum of Ohio in Tiffin, Ohio.
To find out how I might like the hobby of model railroading, I decided to build a simple Woodland Scenics kit with scenery and water features similar to what I'd envisioned building as a layout.
Rodrigo Sartori in Brazil
Rodrigo Satori, from Brazil, sent us this amazing WWII diorama portraying the liberation of Auschwitz. The detail is incredible and serves to set a very emotional scene.
Michael P French, PhD, Director Graduate Education, Lourdes University in Sylvania, Ohio
While working with teachers in NW Ohio, Michael French discovered the value of using historical dioramas to help students visualize aspects of history in historical fiction.
Marcelo Luz in Brazil
Marcelo Luz sent these photos of the diorama he created to display his steam locomotive and rolling stock.
Stan has a great technique to share for applying Field Grass to winter dioramas, not only to model long, dead winter grasses, but to actually provide the illusion of a cold, brisk wind.
Carol Bowman in Lodi, WI
With the help of your wonderful, informational website and educated staff members, I was able to create this beautiful scene in the well of my antique dry sink.
Mark Lowenthal in Reston, Virginia
Mark Lowenthal has been collecting historical figures for many years and recently began modeling scenic dioramas to give them some historical context.
Patricia Sowinski used the Woodland Scenics products she sells in her hobby shop to make some really interesting in-store displays.
This is the "Battle of the Bulge" diorama. I used the winter kit, the water kit, the rock kit and the Plaster cloth kit to make this.
The theme is "Imagine Gardens" with a Victorian style train station being turned into a tourist center for the garden. We are still working on the station.
The garage was my first diorama and the first time using your product. All the foliage is from Woodland Scenics. I found out I really like doing the groundwork, that's where the fun for me is now.