Well I never though I would be posting in the diorama section of the forum, but here I am, mixing it with the big boys and girl. I think this classes as a diorama, tell me if I'm wrong. What have we then ? The subject is a cheap 1:72 Stuart M3 'Honey' and a horse. The Tiny Tank measures about 6cm in length with the whole dio' measuring 22 x 20cm. I tried to make a pond out of PVA glue, if I ever do this again, I won't use PVA, it takes forever to dry. This puddle (which was meant to be a pond) still hasn't cured fully. The rocks are actually old mortar from an old paving slab, and the ploughed field is a bit of corrugated cardboard off of a coffee cup ala 'Cosford' The mud is real, mixed with PVA glue. Anyway, pictures are worth a thousand words. The Horse, I nearly forgot - here it is. One for the Cosford massive. One for the Sci fi people. Invasion of the giant Ladybirds. It was a tricky little sod to paint, but I think I got the gloss coat quite nice. The funny thing was, I think it took a lot longer to build the scene than the Tank ! But I'm sure you dio' people know all about that. Any comments are welcome, even suggestions should I ever dip my toe into this arena again. Although there will be no dipping in my puddle !