From time to time I have dioramas that I have made and are for sale and also just for show. This is where you'll find them.
Typically my dioramas are made with a combination of commercially available scenery materials as well as many that I find out in the field. Amongst my favorite naturally occurring materials, I like sagebrush, and also the roots from stumps I find washed up on the beach. For a fall scene, nothing satisfies like true dried fall leaves. I'll run them through a coffee grinder and sift out the powder from the scale "leaves". Hey, I'm rambling. Here we go:
7/19/21: Recently Added Gift Mini-Dioramas
It's a goofy name, but how else would you describe how this tree mounted on a mesquite "cliff" overlooks a wooden (also mesquite) "pond"? A pretty neat tabletop art sculpture or a super cool paper weight. This tree has high-level root detail and intricate foliage & branch structure. A very unique gift idea.
Horse and Rider Mini Dio:
Run away from it all, with this wonderful diorama of a horse and rider going about through the woods. This scene features the Preiser horse and rider figures in HO scale, running under a Coastmans premium 9" tree, with a bounty of other scenic details. Base is carved from Oregon Myrtlewood.10"x3" Ships with the tree dismounted - must place tree on the base.