Caboose Diorama

by Russ Suender
(Pottsville PA.)


I built a diorama (16" x 12") of a pond and an abandoned caboose entering a tunnel. I touched up the caboose with streaks of gray and rust-colored paint to give it a weathered look. For starters first I added real rocks then painted them finally adding grass and bushes. Then I made a pond painting the bottom a bluish color, finally adding Realistic Water(by Woodland Scenics)I'm still working on it as I need to add more details like people, etc

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