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    Can this be considered a diorama?

    Not quite sure if this would qualify as a diorama...I'm not even sure what you'd call it.

    I started photoshopping photos of figures into background images and pre-existing photos earlier this year, partly because it felt more "realistic" to me and also because I don't have the space for a true diorama. With these I can just print them out and hang them on my wall.

    Anyway, what's your opinion? Would you consider these a quasi-diorama or is this a totally different animal?
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    ...and here's the AT-ST and Paploo
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    Oh my good god - and this is just a hobby to you?? They are amazing!
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    I would call it...


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    Re: Can this be considered a diorama?

    Originally posted by mista_carrot
    Not quite sure if this would qualify as a diorama...I'm not even sure what you'd call it.

    I started photoshopping photos of figures into background images and pre-existing photos earlier this year, partly because it felt more "realistic" to me and also because I don't have the space for a true diorama. With these I can just print them out and hang them on my wall.

    Anyway, what's your opinion? Would you consider these a quasi-diorama or is this a totally different animal?
    You can probably call it a virtual diorama, since all of it exists only in the virtual world. Not real, 3D objects representation of the movie scenes.

    Nonetheless, it's cool and I've seen some do it for the trading cards where the actors are replaced with the action figures.
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    Oh man, those are SOOOOOO cool! Very nice work, "virtual diorama" sounds good to me.
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    Those are awesome, and in some respects, more permanent and portable than a real-live diorama.

    How did you erase the unwanted figures so well from the backgrounds?

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    WOW dude! Those rock!!! nice job.
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