Miscellaneous 1/6 Scale Dioramas

1:6 or Playscale (Barbie Sized) Dioramas Created for Stories or Doll Chat Sites:

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10 Comments

  1. 6-28-2013

    Hello Johanna

    I ordered a bed set from you about four years ago, which I still own. I think your dioramas are beautiful. You should think about selling dioramas.

    Monica

    • 6-30-2013

      Thank you so much Monica. I’ve pondered selling dioramas, but haven’t overcome the issues of shipping them in parts, then giving specific Ikea-like instructions on how construct them for the buyer on their end. Not to mention, foam board doesn’t travel well. A little banging around and it’s got gouges and nicks. Thank you so much for the compliment. If I ever figure out a way, I will try it.

      JATMAN

  2. 9-23-2013

    You are my hero! I love your dioramas and stories! So much so that you have inspired me to do a few of my own! Oh and your tutorials are amazing! I followed them to create my own dioramas. Thank you so much for sharing your incredible talent!!

    • 10-10-2013

      Thanks so much Phil! I can’t wait to attempt to make some new crazy diorama so I can write a tutorial. I’ll keep them coming.

      JATMAN

  3. 1-7-2014

    Hello, I love love looking at all your Room’s, Were do you buy all the stuff for the Room’s Book’s lamps bedding ect?

    • 1-22-2014

      The books I made – (small rectangles of 1/4″ foam board), I printed out book covers from the internet, then cut them out, then wrapped and glued them around the foam board. The other items I get on line from eBay (Barbie sets) or 1/6 Scale action figure stores. There are so many places to buy 1/6 scale items, just Google “1:6 scale action figure” and you’ll find lots of stores. Thanks Terri

  4. 1-7-2014

    Hello, I love love looking at all your Room’s, what do you use for the wall’s and are you using just one room and redoing it?

    • 1-22-2014

      I usually use 20×30″ 1/4″ thick foam board for my walls, sometimes 1/2″ thick foam board if they have windows or doors cut into them. I can’t reuse any of my rooms because everything is taken down completely and new rooms are reassembled at later dates. Plus I have lots of different foam boards with different window/wall configurations, or wallpaper choices.

      Thanks for your comments Terri!

      JATMAN

  5. 4-26-2014

    I am in love with your work. I am not very crafty but, you inspirer me to try. How did you make the living room set? do have a tutorial? Will you be doing a tutorial. Help

    • 5-3-2014

      Thanks so much Coreen. Any living room I make uses the same techniques as in all my tutorials, I pin foam board walls together, the Walls and Windows tutorial will go over doors, windows and wallpaper. And the furniture I just set up randomly. I get my furniture from ebay, and other on-line sources. Just Google 1/6 or 1:6 scale furniture and you’ll find all kinds of stuff out there. I hope that helps. JATMAN

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