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By jrnyfan
#141698
I've been making diorama type playsets over the last year and a half and finally getting around to sharing photos around some of the different SW sites. Mine are entirely (or mostly) made of plastic. I've been using something called Instamoprh, shape-able plastic. I've recently entered into 3-D printing, too. While my playsets themselves aren't for sale, I do have a small diorama parts store on my website, along with galleries of these and other playset creations...

http://swplaysets.bugs3.com/index.htm

Here's a few samples, in digital mock-up Kenner vintage packaging...

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By Tango001
#141867
Your stuff looks fantastic, If I had the time and a workshop, I could spend forever building sets. Keep up the great work.
#142314
That is an incredibly well thought out Death Star diorama. I love how it incorporates all the big scenes without being too crowded. The throne room is simple but elegant.
By Grimace
#142718
recently I made a small purchase of a set of computer consoles

they are AWESOME!! I'm very pleased with them and I plan to buy a few other of the plastic goodies from Jrnyfan's store
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