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  1. miniarquitect

    light in dollhouses

    Hello to everybody, I have open this new topic in order to talk about the importance of light in our miniature houses and structures. I'm not going to talk about sophisticated setups which try to reproduce optical illusions in our scenes. This is quite common in dioramas and the techniques that we use are closer to theatrical scenery rather than architecture. What I want to show you is how we can change a room only playing with light as if it was a real one, that is, with natural light that goes through a window and artifical light of our lamps. I use modern lights. the modern light's desi
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