Today we see the battle between the diorama(s) owned by yours truly and another remarkable 1:64 scale world you might know as NCRVille.
A Christmas themed custom I created to celebrate this most festive of seasons. This epic build was going fine until Santa fell out of the sleigh!
Today we focus the spotlight on the 1:64 scale diecast world in which our custom Hot Wheels live – welcome to ‘Your Custom Hotwheels Diorama Edition’
Finding diorama figures in Hot Wheels 1:64 scale is either really hard or really expensive… usually both. But with a little savvy know-how and some out-of-the-box thinking you’ll be able to add a whole variety of figures to your 1/64 scale diorama. Crowds of them in fact.
Today it gives me great pleasure to welcome back Master Gram Spina aka @hotrod_crazy with another masterful How-To Guide covering some of the more intricate details around creating a 1:64 scale diorama for your Hot Wheels and assorted diecast cars.
I guess one could say Gram is showing us how to put the DRAMA back in DIORAMA – because let’s be honest, a diorama without any is simply an io. And WTF’s an io?!?!? Exactly! … no more questions your honor 😉
Life on the diorama shelf is hectic and hilarious, but when death comes to town he’s riding a Honda Monkey and that’s…OK that’s totally hilarious too!
From celebrating Australia Day to rumours of Snoopy being involved in vehicle theft the last month has been crazier than a bag of cats on the diorama shelf!
It’s been a while since we checked out what life has been like on the diorama shelf and so I thought I would update you all on the comings and goings of diorama life, which might I add is looking hellasweet indeed.
How to build a diorama [shelf] for your custom Hot Wheels and diecast cars to play on.
Life on the diorama shelf is busier than ever with Harleys, Hotrods and Hot wheels a plenty. Let’s have a Snoop…