Comparing Diorama Builds That Took 1, 10, and 100 Hours
Martina of NerdForge wanted to know just how radically different the results might be in building a fantasy house diorama that took 1 hr, 10 hrs, and 100 hrs.
As you might imagine, the 100-hour diorama is amazing and the clear winner, but the results on the 10-hour house are pretty decent, too.
The 1-hr house? You can’t really complete a fantasy house diorama in an hour. She did manage to get it built, but barely had time to splash on some paint.
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