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Trull
20-12-2010, 08:46
Hi there,
it,s cold outside and snow is everywhere, so I will show you some of my old works.
This is a winter diorama which i called "Winhall"

Hope you like it.

http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q194/trull_album/Winter/Front_650.jpg

http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q194/trull_album/Winter/Gebude_650.jpg

http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q194/trull_album/Winter/Eis_650.jpg

http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q194/trull_album/Winter/Treppe_650.jpg

http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q194/trull_album/Winter/Baum_650.jpg

http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q194/trull_album/Winter/Schrg_650.jpg

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http://fantastische-welten.blogspot.com/

Daniel36
20-12-2010, 11:34
Hope you like it? How can someone NOT like this?
The cartwheel in the water with the floating barrel is classic! Really nice.

Satan
20-12-2010, 11:45
That is simply fantastic! Wow!

Can I ask why you decided not to have any miniatures in it though?

Daniel36
20-12-2010, 11:54
I was going to say the same thing, but then decided against it, because it's just a really pretty piece in itself.

But I agree with... Satan (it just doesn't feel right to say that), that a lone adventurer finally finding his way back home at the gate, only to find it deserted... That would've been drama.

Trull
20-12-2010, 12:26
Thanks!
Wy there are no miniatures on it? This is very simple to answer. When i was built this diorama (its was my second work in this hobby) i canīt painting miniatures. Itīs not the same painting terrain or miniatures so I decided not to put any miniatures on my works before i learn this in a way that fit to my other works.
(sorry for my bad english, hope you understand what i write)

Ghod
20-12-2010, 12:29
That's lovely that is...

I'm looking forward to seeing more from you soon.

:D

Daniel36
20-12-2010, 12:39
Hey Trull, thanks for the explanation. Don't worry about your English. We understand just fine.I bet that half of Warseer does not have English as their native tongue. Don't worry about it! We just appreciate you showing us this wonderful work! Wunderbahr! ;)

Skaven13
20-12-2010, 12:44
Very impressive!! Do you mind explaining how you did the tree? Did you make it or is it store bought?

Trull
20-12-2010, 12:56
@Daniel36
ah, thats good to hear, its long ago, that i have to learn english, but i do my best!

@Skaven13
The tree is "handmade";)
here are some pictures how I made it.

http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q194/trull_album/Winter/WIP4.jpg

http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q194/trull_album/Winter/WIP5.jpg

http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q194/trull_album/Winter/WIP6.jpg

http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q194/trull_album/Winter/WIP13.jpg

http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q194/trull_album/Winter/WIP9.jpg

First I created a wire frame. Then I have the whole covered with green stuff. After that, I've included real branches. Thats it!

mrtn
20-12-2010, 13:27
That's looking great. :)

Erazmus_M_Wattle
20-12-2010, 13:50
This diorama is just phenomenal. It's really good. I wish I could pull terrain off as well as you. A table done like this would be awesome.

Great work.

N810
20-12-2010, 16:51
Wow very cool piece of terrain :D
Ps. how did you add the twigs and
small branches to the end of the limbs?
oh and are those bits wire as well?

Vermin_King
20-12-2010, 17:38
My trees never look good ... very nicely done here

Braad
20-12-2010, 17:51
Very nice!

How did you make the ice on water?

Alsharoth
20-12-2010, 17:52
OMG your good, that's a wonderful piece.

Trull
21-12-2010, 06:03
@Braad
It is simple transparent plastic, which was treated with abrasive paper to get the milky surface.


@N810
I drilled small holes in the GS and put the branches into
what do you mean "are those bits wire as well?"?

Braad
21-12-2010, 17:17
Sweet.

I'll be sharing your work with a few friends.

Trull
21-12-2010, 18:06
here are some more wip pictures, to show how I made it.

http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q194/trull_album/Winter/Huserbemalt1.jpg

http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q194/trull_album/Winter/WIP7.jpg

http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q194/trull_album/Winter/WIP12.jpg

http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q194/trull_album/Winter/WIP10.jpg

http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q194/trull_album/Winter/WIP8.jpg

DaHedd
22-12-2010, 11:58
totally amazing.

The frozen river and the tree are brilliant

N810
22-12-2010, 15:40
@Braad
It is simple transparent plastic, which was treated with abrasive paper to get the milky surface.


@N810
I drilled small holes in the GS and put the branches into
what do you mean "are those bits wire as well?"?

I mean to say,
did you make the small branches or are they from a real tree of some other plant?

Trull
22-12-2010, 15:57
ah ok, now I understand ;) These are real branches. Unfortunately I didnīt know the name of the plant.

Photographer
22-12-2010, 17:07
Incredibly beautiful!

Hornedrat
23-12-2010, 03:26
http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q194/trull_album/Winter/WIP9.jpg



This is a wonderful piece, I have long admired it. I quite frequently visit the http://gidian-gelaende.de site to look at your guys works on the forums.

I can not tell from the picture above if the bridge is cast plaster or created from foam with a coating of filler?

Also, do you have any WIP shots of the ice? I am currently making a project of my own and have been looking at your piece trying to disect how it was created. Lucky me you posted here!

Trull
23-12-2010, 06:53
Hi Hornedrat,
the bridge is made of solid plaster. I have cut the raw form into Styrodur. IThen I poured the negative mold with plaster. I even had to insert a steel reinforcement.
Unfortunately I have not done pictures, as I built the lake.
But there are so many opportunities to build a lake.
I have poured the lake with 2K water. Then I cut the ice and added it on the water. Then a little snow on it-done
I hope this helps a little further.
Cheers Trull

IJW
23-12-2010, 11:10
Fantastic!

Goobauk
24-12-2010, 18:45
Great work

Geep
26-12-2010, 12:48
This is really nice work. I've seen many attempts at making trees for wire (including my own), but I've never seen any where the end result is so good.
This makes me jealous that I never see snow.

Trull
27-12-2010, 07:17
you've never seen snow? where do you come from?

Geep
29-12-2010, 15:37
I've seen snow once. I live in Australia (it snows in the south in winter, but I have little reason to go that far south).

squiglord
04-02-2011, 09:51
This looks fantastic, well done.

How did you do the stone walls of the buildings?

Cant wait to see more of your work - how many have you done?

Thanks

Kresterz
05-02-2011, 17:20
:eek: It is anamazing scene!!! I really like how you made that tree!!! How long did it take to do this?

feeder
05-02-2011, 19:25
Beautiful! Really evokes the feelings of a frozen winter's night. It's almost telling a story, like why is the cart in the water? who put it there? was it an accident or something more sinister? Is everyone indoors hiding from the weather or did they flee something worse than the winter's cold?
Amazing.

Sgt_Eagle
06-02-2011, 11:18
Beautiful diorama. Feeder describes the feeling of the diorama just perfect. Too bad we can't see inside the buildings to see if people are in hiding but I guess it's left on our imagination.

Subscribed your log and waiting to see more of your work, very inspiring!

Scythe
07-02-2011, 12:42
Amazing work, very nice diorama. In a way, the lack of people doesn't bother me at all. The silentness makes you wonder what happened, and fits the winter theme very well.

Trull
08-02-2011, 09:13
thank you guys:):):)

@squiglord
you can see al my works at my blog. Unfortunately I have little time right now to go on with the work on my dioramas...
The stone walls are molds from railway H0.

@Kresterz
I think the tree was finished in two evenings, its not so complicated.