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Reality in Scale new diorama aid release

Discussion in 'Figure News' started by milminwh, Mar 9, 2008.

  1. milminwh Member


    The new manufacturer of diorama products from The Netherlands, Reality in Scale Diorama Studio, has recently released an impressive set of Ionic Columns, called "Ancient Columns 56 BC".


    This Impressive set of Ionic Columns and a male statue represent the remains of what was once a Roman temple, bathhouse or governmental building, long before our time. This set has been researched thoroughly and is historically accurate. This architectural miniature is beautifully detailed throughout and will surely be an original and stunning background for your diorama.

    -Contains 14 highly detailed resin parts

    -The kit measures 22,5x5x29cm (WxDxH)

    -Instructions and 2 full color sheets of reference pictures are included

    Note: the 1/35 figure in the picture has been added for scale comparison and is not included in the kit.

    Kit designed for 1/35 scale, but can be compatible with 54-mm & larger scales.

    Military Miniatures Warehouse will be stocking this entire line as Reality in Scale's exclusive USA distributor with 1st delivery expected soon. Entire line now being shown on our web site...a must see! Perhaps the hobby's first diorama aids line good enough to be the focal point of a scene. A line of extremely realistic products!

    Additional photos:



    Military Miniatures Warehouse
  2. Guy A Fixture

    That is an awesome diorama product John. I have many figures that would really look great with this.
  3. Sambaman Well-Known Member

    Impressive. Looks well done. Is it plaster, resin?

    Jay H.
  4. Dan Morton A Fixture

    Great idea! Some impressive sculpting!

    All the best,
  5. megroot A Fixture

    I've seen similar projects in Eindhoven.
    I hope it was the same firm. They look impressive.
    And they where Resin.

  6. Einion Well-Known Member

    Yes, it looks it! The columns even appear to have a slight swell in the belly, which might be a first in miniatures for our hobby, and the fluting looks like it's done just right [IMG] [IMG]

    Best of luck with this John, hope it's a great seller.

  7. vergilius New Member

    looks very fine !

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