Mini Spacemen – Desert Diorama

Mini Spacemen – Desert Diorama

This is the second of my mini spacemen dioramas. This one is a desolate planet diorama. I wanted to show how small the spaceman was compared to the cracked earth, alien skull and giant vulture. This is the first time I have used Golden Crackle Paste and it came out perfectly!

I fell in love with these mini spacemen when I saw them on Instagram on Roman Lappart’s page. At just 15mm high, they are part of the Massive Voodoo Challenge 2020. You just needed to create a diorama with a mini spaceman on it. The spacemen are resin casts from Mr Lee’s Minis. I bought a set of 3 and started planning. I came up with 3 dioramas and there’s one more to come. The first one was a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

Materials

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3D Print Files

I used two files from Thingiverse:
Giant Vulture by thenurge https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4143649
Woolly Mammoth Skeleton by rowiac http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1993482

Materials

Golden Crackle Paste https://amzn.to/3gpYN1H
I used a variety of artists’ acrylics and Vallejo paints. If you are looking to get started with Vallejo then this is a good starter set for these types of dioramas: https://amzn.to/3mXPCrX
Army Painter Wash set https://amzn.to/3blJFhV




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