The Force Awakens (Kylo Ren) – Star Wars Diorama

2016
Star Wars The Force Awakens has crushed it at the box office! In honor of the celebrations and for the fans, I have created 2 more dioramas from the movie.

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Kylo Ren Forrest Scene
This scene is him alone. It is the scene where he appears briefly in a dream sequence to Rey. It was also first seen in the trailers and some of the promotional posters.
The background has a blueish glow creating a cold temperatured ambience feel, while a red glow shine around the red light saber and bounces off the trees and ground.
The base is 12 X 12 and it stands at 18″ in height. The trees are actual real trees;  a mix of North Carolina Blue Spruce and regular evergreen tree tops only (christmas trees)!
The snow is polymer flakes, small enough to float in the air.
It was out together in stages to allow epoxies and sealants to dry, and took 2 weeks.
The figuirine is Disney high detail action figures bought directly from Disney merchandise stores.

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Rey and BB-8 Scene on Jakku

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This is a small piece, great for work or a desk topper.
Its base measures 5 X 7 and is a simple diorama. Foam and wood base, with figurines stuck on and color-matched fine powder sand to mimic the same type in the movie. No background, no surrounding accessories, just a clean sandy path.

Extra Photos of the pieces in progress:

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Thanks for stopping by and feel free to drop me a line or comment. For inquiries on personal dioramas, please find all contact information on the home page.

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May the Force be with you.

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Jean Harlow and Helen Hayes – Cube Series Paintings

Copyright A.S.M. 2012- 2013 All Rights Reserved.

Copyright A.S.M. 2012- 2013 All Rights Reserved.

Above:  Jean Harlow in the Cube Series.

Copyright 2012-2013 A.S.M. All Rights Reserved.

Copyright 2012-2013 A.S.M. All Rights Reserved.

Above:  Helen Hayes in “The Sin of Madelon Claudet”  in the Cube Series.  She eventually garnered the nickname “First Lady of the American Theatre” and was one of eleven people who won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar, and a Tony Award.

Each canvas measures 16″ by 20″ was created using acrylic paint media and topped with a semi-gloss finish, unframed.