Feb 3, 2014

New book on the market

László Adóba is one of the best diorama builder I know and I'm a big fan. I recommended his previous books here, in my blog before, now there is a new one. Of course I already have it (actually it's a dedicated gift from the author) and it's just wonderful. The descrition of the book and the sample pages are from László Adóba's website (http://adobadiorama.hu/), where you can buy all of his books.

In the second volume of Building Dioramas, I’m going to present the process of creating everyday objects, some of them being absolutely common, others being less conventional. Recognizing tiny manifestations of things met regularly in real life makes much deeper impression in the viewer than objects seen rarely or never at all during our lives. Dioramas built using familiar accessories will seem much more life-like as the viewer gets involved easily at the very first sight.

The book presents the detailed description of making more than 50 diorama accessories. Pieces of furniture, bathroom equipment, kinds of food and some metal objects take shape in front of the reader in 5 chapters on 78 pages. There are several simple pieces made of common materials, as well as more complex ones that need some special equipment and ingredients. This way beginners may find the book just as helpful as advanced modellers. The text is illustrated with more than 400 colour photos to make building much easier.









20 comments:

The grandmommy said...

Oh my goodness that bench and that tub with running water is so cool!

Véronique said...

Thank you for sharing. I took a look on the site too. Looks like a really good book!!!
Véronique

Brandy Wilcoxen said...

Love the running water!

Kikka N said...

O'Wow what a beautiful Book!
Very fine photos! Thanks for sharing!
Hugs
KIkka

Eliana said...

Wow! The book is great! Thanks for sharing. ;)

PILAR6373 said...

No lo conocía y me he quedado impresionada,mil gracias por compartirlo!!!!
Besos.

Fabiola said...

I really like the running water.
Bye, Faby

Marisa said...

what a great book, thanks for sharing it

Margaret said...

That looks like a great book I could do with some inspirational things that are relatively easy to make, must check out the site, thank you.

Lady Fanaberia said...

Thanks for sharing! Great book! :) And great ideas for making miniature accessories :)
Pozdrawiam! :)

胖米手機驗證碼平台 said...

汽車討論區
汽車分期貸款試算
銀行汽車二胎貸款
汽車貸款超低利
購買汽車貸款
車貸利率車貸試算‎
中古車銀行貸款
中古好車貸
整合負債

網路校園美女寫真 said...

情人視訊聊天室
貼身性感
免費照片交友
日本美女寫真集
美女寫真
免費e代影音交友
伊莉論壇
美女內衣寫真集
馬上博彩

視訊聊天室 said...

拉霸遊戲
成人搏奕
校園美女影音視訊網
運動博彩
全球華人視訊網
試玩龍與虎
龍虎總獎金
色a片免費試看
殺很大視訊聊天室

av女優 said...

色熟女交友聯誼
愛情小說
現金板
免費av1688影音娛樂網
視訊色妹妹
成人影音
淫女交流
通博歐博百家
色a片免費看

sylvie levesque said...

What do you use as prime material to do the radiator Please

Unknown said...

I love everything about this page

免費a片直播網 said...

免費正妹交友
賭博電玩
破解視訊妹妹免費看
色色交流站
本土免費自拍影片
色情漫畫
色情小說
試玩賓果
情色

Susan Mercurio said...

Where did he get the modules that he used for the radiator?

Annick said...

Bonjour, moi aussi je serais intéressée pour savoir comment obtenir les modultes du radiateur.

Unknown said...

Beautiful