And what are "greebles" and "WIPs" ... i think i know what they are, but i'm not sure if i'm right ... can someone let me know if i'm right (or wrong) ... and can somebody provide a short definition for those two words if i'm wrong ?
So, i'm just guessing here, but is this what they are ? ...
"Greebles" ... very cool and intricate details ?
"WIPs" ... unfinished and (or) abandoned mocs that were (or are about to be) scrapped ? Permalink
Greeble = A detail to break up a design plane and add interesting texture.
Vignette/Diorama = I don't think there is a difference technically according to the dictionary both are small scenes, but a vignette could be a photograph. Here's a link to where it's discussed over at Lugnet.
Vignette is usually considered "small diorama". Both of them aim to capture certain moment but dioramas are usually much larger. Vignettes are usually 8 studs x 8 studs large or around that. Dioramas are usually over 16-20 studs wide, sometimes even hundreds of studs wide. Permalink