Specifications are determined based mainly on "cost," "details," and "scale" that fit the purposes.
The cost varies depending on the degree of details and amount of ready-made supplies that can be utilized.
It is also possible to set a budget and allocate funds accordingly.
Details are important in cases where the interior of a building is of significance or background research is required for a historical building.
The cost becomes relatively high as the number of one-off items increases.
The scale is determined roughly by the scope and size of the diorama, but we recommend scales in which ready-made supplies can be used.
→ A list of major scales (PDF file)
1. Select a map to use and create plans
2. Confirm the degree of accuracy
3. Create the base
4. Create the building structure
5. Create the ground form
6. Create terrain, water surface, trees and plants
7. Add touches to roads, place the building structure and tall objects
8. Adjust balance and complete the project