2017-07-28

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ocean water

  [insert_php] previous_post('« « %', 'Older Post', ''); [/insert_php] | [insert_php] next_post('% » »', 'Newer Post', ''); [/insert_php]   You know, I'm just curious...but does your country have easy and affordable access to resin?  Here in the US, it's not that bad, I guess.  But I think it's ridiculously expensive in Japan.  It could be because they mainly sell UV cure resin, but still!  To cope with everyone's different resin situations, I tried to make this ocean water using as…

beach making

  [insert_php] previous_post('« « %', 'Older Post', ''); [/insert_php] | [insert_php] next_post('% » »', 'Newer Post', ''); [/insert_php]   "Hey, everyone! Today's tutorial is on this beach's sand!" Yup.  Before I do the ocean water tutorial, I have to do the beach tutorial, because you know, the sand needs to be under the water, too!  :) First I painted the Styrofoam base in sandy color with acrylic paint. While waiting for the paint to dry, I mixed some sand -…

light house hill – beach diorama terraforming

  [insert_php] previous_post('« « %', 'Older Post', ''); [/insert_php] | [insert_php] next_post('% » »', 'Newer Post', ''); [/insert_php]   Hello, all! I've received such nice reactions on this beach town diorama from everyone, thank you so much! It's you that keeps me going, really...just knowing that there are people out there that are excited to see what I make! I am very lucky to be able to share my love for crafting and Sylvanian Families with you! In today's tutorial,…

Beach Town Diorama

  [insert_php] previous_post('« « %', 'Older Post', ''); [/insert_php] | [insert_php] next_post('% » »', 'Newer Post', ''); [/insert_php]   Hi, Sylvanian Families fans! How are your summer/winter going? Here in Salt Lake City, it's sooo hot! I'm just happy that my AC works. lol This might be a bit too late for the people in northern hemisphere for this year, but I have finally finished my beach town diorama, so I can start delivering tutorials on summery scenes. Initially, I…

Tram Tracks

Hi, there! This is the last of the tutorials from my Tokyo Toy Show diorama. I wasn't planning on writing this one, but I received a few requests on how I made the tram tracks, so here it is! Now, I don't particularly recommend this method, only because you can't really let the tram run on the tracks smoothly without making indentations, but it's okay for a display, I guess.  In the future, I want to make another town diorama…