Gettysburg: Day 2 – The Battle in Miniature by Dennis Morris

I do not have the skills or the patience for true miniature work. Sure I love them for tabletop gaming and for roleplaying, but I never had the true skill required to build the wonderful diorama-caliber miniatures you would find in a museum or history buff’s basement. Gettysburg: Day 2 – The Battle in Miniature by Dennis Morris is an amazing effort to capture the famous battle of the Civil War in miniature. What is truly amazing is that this was Morris’ first attempt at this. He continued the project and has posted even more of his work at Gettysburg Diographics. While his work on the newer site is of a higher quality overall, I think the Gettysburg: Day 2 project is more interesting to look at initially because it shows the the first project of an obviously talented Diorama maker.

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One thought on “Gettysburg: Day 2 – The Battle in Miniature by Dennis Morris

  1. OffisaPups says:

    Is this the one that has a narrator and lights turn off and on to highlight various parts of the diorama as the battle is played out?

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