Camp Scene


Series of elements that are gonna be part of a new miniature, centred around the theme of the camp. In historical examples, camp scenes regard mainly military contexts, and are generally quite dynamic and with a looser structure, due to the less fixed architectural elements (tents).

The contemporary version of this scene takes place in a festival setting/refugee camp. The two camps will be juxtaposed onto one another, making it hard to understand which one is which.



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3 Responses to Camp Scene

  1. Emma Fraser says:

    Could be interesting to find out what are the fixed architectural elements of reoccurring/annual camps and festivals. For example for Glastonbury the frame of the pyramid stage is in place all year round, alluding to the thousands of people that flock there in June all year round it’s kind of a Ghost of the festival when it’s not on. you could have an aftermath type miniature, when these camps are abandoned or left.

    • Alessandro Magliani says:

      awesome thanks! i’m about to draw the more fixed structures, which are going to stay in the back. They could be both present in the same miniature as a collapsed narrative of the festival.

  2. Natasha Sandmeier says:

    Start to write the wonderful captions for each of these in the series! This one’s going to be great. Also, don’t forget the MUD.