Youtube user, janosKern, brings us one of the most vibrant and historical cities in the world in diorama style. Check out this awesome diorama of the capital of the United Kingdom.
Archive for February 2017
User, Toni G Castroviejo presents a diorama that preserves a Soviet infantry assault group in perfect detail. Outstanding quality figures and terrain from Zvezda. The scene provides a lifelike atmosphere of war conditions.
See the full video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JOXxLaDl_oo
This Vietnam War diorama details the personnel, technology, imagery, and scenes reminiscent of Vietnam at the time of the war. The diorama features T54 tanks and Navy SEALS in 1/35 scale. Check out the video for more.
See more here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEoMOhTqmFs
A flashback to the G4 days. The former G4 show, Attack of the Show, featured a miniature game set based on the World of Warcraft setting. The game includes all the characters, races, classes, and factions from the original RTS games as well as the MMORPG.
See more here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MALnoaTepZs
Debuting 25 years ago, Batman: The Animated Series continues to be as popular as ever. This is attributed to the titular character’s lasting image as the “ideal Batman” according to some fans. The show inspires many types of merchandise, including comic books, toys, and statues. Here, the Batman News team reviews a dice game developed based on the series.
Two miniature diorama artists, Lori Nix and Kathleen Gerber, provide a preview of what an apocalyptic world would look like through a series of dioramas. Check out these amazing post-mankind settings in the video below.
Mike Pondsmith’s Cyberpunk helped launched a new era of geek and tech culture. The game predicted the advent of cellphones, the internet, and even GoPro cameras. It continues to fascinate players and enthusiasts today with its dystopian style and aesthetically engaging visuals. Its spiritual successor, Cyberpunk 2077, is one of the most highly-anticipated video games.