In most of my previous videos I've always been striving to create scenes that might be seen in every day life and as realistic as I can get it... However in this next video I'm still using the same techniques to create realistic scenery but the main difference is I'll be creating a scene/diorama that sits atop a pillar of earth with visible sewerage pipes and a subway underneath that overall shows a scene that would be more likely to be in a fantasy or sci-fi type scene.
Overall the scene will encompass a house situated on a pillar of earth with the edges appearing to be breaking away and details typically hidden by soil will be exposed.
The entire scene will be detailed including lighting effects and interior house details.
Interior house details will also be included, for the most part the interior details will be hidden however if someone decides to take a closer look at the model they will be presently surprised that the interior includes tables, chairs and even a TV.
The 3D printer I use to create the tiny HO scale details including this HO scale garage which will sit beside the house is the Anycubic Photon Resin 3D printer which I have shown in previous videos. I have been using this printer for the past 6 months and every time I take a model off the printer I'm always impressed with the amazing detail it resolves.
Stay tuned for updates, this upcoming tutorial will be full of new tips and tricks!
Have you ever wondered how to model an awesome waterfall on your own layout or diorama? This tutorial will show you exactly what to do!
Building a waterfall can often seem like an impossible task but all the time, effort and preparation it takes to build an amazing waterfall is certainly worth the effort once it's complete.
For more information related to building this waterfall and to see more high quality photos be sure to check out the additional article here:
Or to see the full list of videos from the 'Realistic Scenery' series you can see them here:
I don't have any solid plans for the next video however I do have some videos I'm working on for future tutorials, I'd love to here what you'd like to see for possible future tutorial videos in the comments below.