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All Star Wars trademarks and images on this website are Copyright and Restricted by Lucasfilm Ltd and Hasbro, Inc. Original material is copyrighted by Erik Schroeder, 1997 - 2010. This is an unofficial fan site that is not affiliated with Lucasfilm Ltd or any of its licensees.


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Dioramas can be the perfect way to display your loose figures, depending on how much space you have. I know several of my dioramas leave a little to be desired, but if you're like me, you'll have trouble finding other family members willing to let you take over whole rooms or tables. Often, a bookshelf diorama is the way to go. The following pictures might give you some ideas for displaying your collectibles in a number of dioramas.

   If you are interested in making your own dioramas and displays, you'll find a lot of neat stuff to print out and use in my Stickers & Backgrounds section.


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The Emperor's Arrival

Rebel Base

Imperial Scanning Crew

Imperial Gunners at Their Stations

Theed Hangar Battle

Jabba's Court

Mos Eisley Cantina

Endor Bunker

The Death of Darth Vader

The Courage of Jar Jar Binks

Mos Eisley

Detention Block Rescue

The Battle of Hoth

Escape from Hoth

Dewback Patrol

Death Star Montage



This page last modified on 6/2/2008
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