Check out the Dioramas I've done in 2021 below.
My town of Tombstone has a very small Gunsmith Shop that also does Taxidermy. By the time I made this building, I was seriously running out of room in my town.
Every town needs a place to eat! The Black Tiger Cafe is my version of "Delmonico's" from Gunsmoke. Owned by Jane West, her daughter, Josie, is a waitress; and Jane's father-in-law, Clarence West, is the cook.
All towns typically had a livery stable. Here is mine--I would have loved to make it larger, but I have no more room. Scotty O'Toole is the Proprietor.
This was my second Tombstone building. I tried to make it as accurate to the movie ("Tombstone," starring Kurt Russell) but was also limited to the size of my cardboard box and space in the town.
This is actually a "Powder House" built out of wood for me by my artist friend, Mykol Blackwell. I have changed the name of the building by attaching a piece of cardboard over the original wording; and I have added a back part to the store, which is made out of walls from the Marx Circle X Ranch. Seth Gibson (Jed Gibson's father) is the Proprietor.
This was my final build--I finally found a stagecoach, so I had to have a Stage Office, which doubles as the U.S. Post Office. It could be larger in real life, but I was limited by space in my town and just squeezed it in! Be sure to wait for the pictures of the stagecoach!
This building was also inspired by the movie, "Tombstone," and I tried to make it as close as possible. My 1/6 scale editor is based on Harris Cliburn from the TV series, "Tombstone Territory."
This was one of the first buildings I made--it is made of foam board--and it is the LAST building I make out of foam board!! I used pieces of a Marx Circle X Ranch to make the shutters for the church.