I've got inspired to make this diorama when I saw this creation on The Brothers Brick. I really love 10193 Medieval Market Village set, and I didn't want to put it apart yet, so I thought I'd make a small diorama out of it to keep it on the shelf for a bit more.
I tried to make everything look as close as possible to the LEGO set. I've added the interior to my two buildings, and both are similar size to the ones in the set.
There is a fish store on ground floor of the first building and a dinning area on top floor.
In second building is a library, below which is storage area for the stuff from the square market.
Wow! There are so many details here. The contents of the buildings are cool, and the cobblestone, waterfall, and the tree's root that protrudes from the wall are all great details. The rooster on the roof is an added bonus. What sets are the clam and trans-pink pitcher from?
That's really cool. It's just weird! I totaly had the same feeling when i saw that picture on brothersbrick. I also made a castle with the medieval market village. please check it out, it's called Gonore Castle. I would appreciate your feedback.
Very nice, but little bit to crowded. The floor gives a lot of chaotic feeling to creation. It may be realistic, but the scenes are little bit "noisy" because of it.
Nevertheless less great scene. Extra buildings are nice extension to great set.