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PostSubject: Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyWed Jun 02, 2010 4:35 pm

Have been after one of these for a while now. Very pleased with it and the fact it got to me in one piece as the base is ceramic.
Come's in two parts. The main diorama and the add on Hospital. Hope you like it.

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PostSubject: Re: Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyWed Jun 02, 2010 4:46 pm

hi
I havent got that one, but I must say it is a very good model and very good that it is all in one peice, less bits that I would probably loose! :lol!:

I've wanted one of these since they came out around a year ago-I might actually come around to ordering it someday


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PostSubject: Re: Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyWed Jun 02, 2010 5:05 pm

Hi Joe,
i've never really thought of doing a 28mm. Just seem's a bit small and hard when it come's to painting.
However, I was also looking at the buildings you posted today (spooky). Here are a couple on E-bay.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ZULU-WARS-RORKES-DRIFT-HOSPITAL-BUILDING-NEW-/120575598204?cmd=ViewItem&pt=UK_Toys_Wargames_RL&hash=item1c12dd9e7c

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ZULU-WARS-RORKES-DRIFT-STORE-BUILDING-NEW-/120575599816?cmd=ViewItem&pt=UK_Toys_Wargames_RL&hash=item1c12dda4c8
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PostSubject: Re: Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyWed Jun 02, 2010 5:13 pm

Joe, what size scale is the one you have posted? if bigger than 28mm figure size do you have a link to where they are being sold.
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PostSubject: Re: Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyWed Jun 02, 2010 5:36 pm

hi david68,
The building is scale 1/32 (54mm) and youre best and cheapest bet to get one is in ebay. However if you order it directly from Britains you are likley to pay in the region of 200.00 to 250.00 pounds for it, which honestly I dont think is worth it.

If you are thinking of making a 28mm (1/72) scale diorama or Rorkes Drift have a go at making youre own building. I did and suprisingly it came out pretty good, I'll post a couple of photos of it.

I have also made a 1/32 scale Rorkes Drift diorama, completley from scratch. I'll also post some images of that to help you. The bigger scale is harder to make as you can include alot more detail. Or you can find pictures on the 'Models' section on this forum.

hope this helps, I'll post some pictures when I have time (either tonight or the morning)


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PostSubject: Re: Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyWed Jun 02, 2010 5:38 pm

Thanks Joe, if you can post a couple of pictures that would be great.

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PostSubject: Re: Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyWed Jun 02, 2010 6:47 pm

hi David68

heres the pictures I said I would post. This is the 1/72 scale building. The 1/32 hasnt got much detail and probably wouldnt have helped.

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The building is made of a light polystyrene filled card stuff. (got it from hobbycraft) and glued together, covered in pollyfilla/plaster. The roof is just model grass or hay attached to small peices of cardboard.

hope this helps, any questions just send a message or drop an email.

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PostSubject: Re: Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyWed Jun 02, 2010 6:53 pm

Great pictures Joe. Thanks for sharing.
Was the wagon brought or did you make that?
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PostSubject: Re: Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyWed Jun 02, 2010 7:17 pm

hi
thanks for the comment, The wagons, mealie bags and the stone wall was bought in the 1/72 model.

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PostSubject: Re: Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyThu Jun 03, 2010 6:06 pm

joe wrote:
hi
I havent got that one, but I must say it is a very good model and very good that it is all in one peice, less bits that I would probably loose! :lol!:

I've wanted one of these since they came out around a year ago-I might actually come around to ordering it someday


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thanks joe

Joe, do you know what the size of this is in inches or cm's? Thanks
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PostSubject: Re: Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyThu Jun 03, 2010 6:21 pm

hi
I dont know exactly but I think it would be a pretty big peice. I found out ordering directly from W Britain, it will cost 206.00.

Ive included a picture of the building with some figures around it to try and show it against something.

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the figures are 1/32 or 54mm

Looks pretty big to me, still worth it though!

hope this helps

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PostSubject: Re: Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyThu Jun 03, 2010 7:42 pm

Thanks Joe, wow, thats a big piece.
I would rather go with that but due to space I may go for the smaller 28mm scale one. Will have to have a good think.
Thanks again for the info.
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PostSubject: Re: Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyThu Jun 03, 2010 8:04 pm

hi david68,
If you are doing a Rorkes Drift diorama it would be good in either 1/72 (25mm) or 1/32 (54mm) but again its down to the space you have.

However a isandlwana diorama is far better in 1/72 since you can get alot more landscape features on and far more figures. But it is a bit harder to paint the figures.

It is really just up to you whether you have the space to do it or down to it all which you prefer to do.

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PostSubject: Re: Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyThu Jun 03, 2010 9:34 pm

Joe. Is your wife (I assume your married) ok with these dioramas? The reason I ask is because anything i have to do with the Zulu war is banished to the loft. Of course it would be nice if she shared the same interest as me. But I’m one of the un-lucky ones. She said I’m no better that a train spotter. Actually I was thinking about inviting all the members on the forum around for Sunday dinner. Just to see her face. !!!!!!!! :lol!:
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PostSubject: Re: Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyFri Jun 04, 2010 7:05 am

Hi Dave,
Im not married, but I have to keep all my Zulu War 'Stuff' as its refered to, in a rather small room upstairs. Which is not near enough room for all the things I have. There is only enough room to have one diorama up at a time and (unfortunatley) the others have to stand against the wall on their side. But sometimes having a place to go (alone) is a good thing.

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PostSubject: Re: Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyFri Jun 04, 2010 9:26 am

Dave, i'm also married, my wife is very understanding (tolerant) and just smiles at my interest in the Zulu Wars. Next time your wife has a moan, just tell her that you could be a drunk or take drugs and at least she knows where you are when your in your den.
I've just build a small office for my toys in the garage. I can lock it all up and i'm out of my wife's way in there. Here's a couple of pic's.
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hi

thats brilliant, a place to go alone! I love some of the items that you have especially the Martini Henry, which looks in great condition, and the Zulu shield. A very nice room you have there.

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PostSubject: Re: Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyFri Jun 04, 2010 10:01 am

Thanks Joe, the Martini Henry was brought from Neil Aspinshaw (a member here) what he doesn't know about Martini's is not worth knowing.


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PostSubject: models relating to zulu war   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyFri Jun 04, 2010 10:27 am

hi David68.
Fantastic set up and you have some great things . My cabinet is residing in our fairly large dinning room , which also
has the desk and computer set up . I have got a rather large print of the famous picture by Fripp , it resides in the
bedroom as she didnt want it seen by anyone !. So I cant complain to much , but as I type this I can hear ,

" What are you doing " ? , Are you on the Forum again ?.
cheers 90th.
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PostSubject: Re: Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyFri Jun 04, 2010 10:44 am

90th wrote:
hi David68.
Fantastic set up and you have some great things . My cabinet is residing in our fairly large dinning room , which also
has the desk and computer set up . I have got a rather large print of the famous picture by Fripp , it resides in the
bedroom as she didnt want it seen by anyone !. So I cant complain to much , but as I type this I can hear ,

" What are you doing " ? , Are you on the Forum again ?.
cheers 90th.

:lol:
I have about 6 pictures hanging in the hallway and as you go up the stairs. My wife does not want them in the lounge or bedrooms which is fair enough. She calls it the wall of death :lol:
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hi,

I know how that goes, all I hear every time im on my computer is 'Are you still on that forum?'

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PostSubject: Re: Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyTue Jul 20, 2010 7:21 pm

Hi everybody,
Just had time to take a couple of photos of my collection/display, bit out of focus though!

The only place I can go alone (no one else wants to look at it or be there)

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If any other members would like to post images of their collections, im sure we would all love to have a look!

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PostSubject: collections   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyWed Jul 21, 2010 6:17 am

hi joe..
Thanks for sharing your collection , well done Idea .
cheers 90th.
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PostSubject: Re: Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama   Britain's Rorke's Drift & Hospital diorama EmptyFri Jul 23, 2010 7:48 pm

Great collection Joe.
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