Sunday, 14 June 2015

Camelot.

This is the last post on the wonderful dioramas at Miniature World, Vancouver Island, Canada.

 Camelot comprises a number of separate dioramas in different scales.
The Round Table.

Jousting tournament. Push a button and the two knights charge each other.

 These photos are of the main diorama. 20mm scale, or thereabouts.
 Stunning diorama that could well be used for a few Lion Rampant games!
 Might need some special rules for assaulting the castle though!



 I was really impressed with this. Hence all the photos!

This diorama was created using several different scales of figures to help give the illusion of depth.

The end for Arther and for my time at Miniature World.

22 comments:

  1. Cripes, they really get into it don't they!

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  2. Thanks for posting these great photos - I didn't remember seeing these during my visit (around 2009?). Also, I'm very impressed with your photography - as the flash would normally reflect off the glass surrounding the displays

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    1. I did see a pamphlet suggesting that the Camelot display was relatively new.

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  3. Très jolies dioramas. A bientôt Christian.

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  4. Gorgeous! Stunning photos and incredible dios...

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  5. Really fantastic, and authentic story...

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  6. That's outrageously good! Would they notice if you climbed in there with a few dice and a tape measure? I love the jousting knights :-)

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    1. I would love to give it a go.

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  7. So sorry I'm late, but I've been ill.

    I am however, very glad I went back and visited your blog today. This is absolutely gorgeous. Drool, drool, drool....

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  8. Astounding, thanks so much for sharing these amazing photos!!! :D

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  9. Wow! That is the benchmark of terrain for us to work towards. I have been on the lookout for images of wargames Autumn terrain and the third picture has it. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Hola
    Que pasada!! Fabuloso trabajo !!
    Un saludo

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