I found this on Google. Not all his dioramas are 1/87, but a few are. He makes evidence reconstruction scenes for accidents (for blood-sucking vampire lawyers ;D ;D). I have seen much better work from our own members here, so some of you should consider this line of work or side work---Chester, you hear me!!?? ;D
Well as he writes, the computer and it's 3D graphics programs have replaced the "hard copy" in the world of accident reconstruction and product liability but architectural models are still built. I deal with architects on a daily basis at work (and in fact my father is one) and many of them like doing their own models, mostly in 1/100 scale (don't know why 1/100?). I did do one job for some real estate folks that wanted a display in their office of a property. The money wasn't all that good and there are demands to be prototypically exact. So I hear you, wish it were more lucrative.
Last Edit: Jul 18, 2010 15:34:01 GMT 1 by cfesmire
Sorry to read that the pay isn't that good , so you heard me and I heard you...LOL. When I can post photos of the diorama at the children's museum I wrote about, I wonder if your talents could go to something like that? I have seen your work, and it is much more detailed than the diorama I took photos of. However being museums, they would probably want you to donate your time and effort