SEEING LIFELIKE hO/H0-DIORAMAS AND REALISTIC SCALE MODELS ARISE
Diorma "Pro Patria Mill" - hO-scale by Banta Modelworks
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Scale Models and dioramas made of plastic, resin, metal and in the classical way - made of wood and other natural sources for the most realistic
All models and dioramas are shown true to the original and impress with the finest details, for example from photo-etched parts and other accessories. Through a
lifelike paintwork and aging every model and every diorama gets its unique character, which only the artistic handwork of man can give to every single work.
In addition to typical scale models such as ships (1:200 and 1:350), civil or military vehicls (1:35) and airplanes (1:32/ and
1:48), you will mainly find realistic (railway-) dioramas and landscapes in hO/H0-scale with buildings and industrial complexes of the early 19th century which
are nothing but true monuments of nearly forgotten times.
Elaborately presented, you will receive historical background information on the models, countless pictures that document the creation process of the works and galleries of the
finished works. Many tips and tricks will help you in realizing your own projects.
Thank you very much for visiting World in Scale Models and have a great day!
LATEST NEWS & ACTUAL PROJECTS
Latest Update on May 12th, 2021.
1:87 MARTIN MACHINE CO.
A machine factory from the early 19th century, located in a former grain mill with its own weir to drive the machines. Creation of a diorama in the scale 1:87 (hO)
with many details, resin casted river, waterfalls, trees, cars, workers & more.
Everything about my upcoming biggest project ever: The incredible T I T A N I C in scale 1/200 from Trumpeter with accessories from KA Models (Set DX1 &
DX2), ScaleDecks, ScaleTheTitanic, Magic Scale Modelling, ModelMonkey, Shapeways & more.
The legendary mine in Silverton, Colorado. A gigantic 1:87 scale model, which consists of lasered wooden parts, wooden strips and more, depicted in a diorama that is
based on the original looking landscape.
- FINISHED -
She is known as Titanic's "little sister" - the tender ship s/s N O M A D I C which was used to deliver goods and passengers from Cherbourg to Titanic and her
sisters. CAD-designed and 3D printed 1:200 scaled model with finest details!