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  • Guiseppe Scalise International Airport (Diorama 1:500 scale)

    This goes as one of the best dioramas I have ever seen.

    The Diorama was set up for display at MXP for about 4 months.

    Although the photos of the airport speaks so many words, but since I dont know italian,
    so if any of you can't translate some of what has been written about Guiseppe in the article, please share your knowledge.

    Here's a preview of one of the photos.



    If you want to see more of his diorama.

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    Inactive from May 1 2009.

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    I'd like to know where that Alitalia MD-11 is doing...a nice fly-by during busy time....


    10/10 in my book. Very nice.
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    • #3
      thats awesome, very nice, but i like 1:400 more, still crazy, what brand were those planes?

      yes i am a boeing fan, and i know thats a airbus, haha

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      • #4
        Herpa Wings 1:500, I recognise a few jets from my collection. Definitely an awesome diorama, I just wish I had the time, patience and most importantly cash to afford such a diorama. All those prefabricated terminal buildings, cars, trees etc by Herpa are expensive as fvck.

        Also, from the article, if I read things right, he has around 700 models bought at an average of 20 . Not sure if that is just plane models or including extras, but we're talking 14.000 here just for a diorama .
        Last edited by DAL767-400ER; 2007-11-28, 09:37.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Jerrycobra Boeing
          thats awesome, very nice, but i like 1:400 more, still crazy, what brand were those planes?
          Herpa and Netmodels 1:500's.

          Originally posted by Cam
          I'd like to know where that Alitalia MD-11 is doing...a nice fly-by during busy time....
          It's a go-around, there's a TG 346 turning into the "threshold" / active runway.
          Last edited by MaxPower; 2007-11-28, 14:00.
          Inactive from May 1 2009.

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          • #6
            Impressive!

            I like the way they tried to imitate the cracks in the pavement:

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            • #7
              Thanks Max...good eye.
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              • #8
                WOW. thats what i want my airport to look like?(everything except the design) like the traffic and the lights. how long did it take to make that?
                how did he get all those jhetways and people. so much detail it's scary!
                I'm the guy... Porter Guy

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                • #9
                  Guiseppe Scalise International Airport (Diorama 1:500 scale)

                  WOW thats awsome!!!!, by looking at the pic i thought it was real !!!

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