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…
Take a video walk-through my Hotwheels Collection and visit a world in 1:64 scale. An assortment of diecast cars, dioramas, and dust. Lots of dust.
A collection of some of my favourite Ferraris, including Magnum PI’s 308GTS and the always stunning 288GTO. Also included are some classic F1 cars including the gorgeous 156 and what collection would be complete without the most expensive of them all – the Ferrari 250GTO
My Tribute to Paul Walker, his Ford Escort and The Fast and Furious Franchise in 1:64 scale.