Well, I wish you could read Thai because "Art Instructor" wrote this story in Thai and it's rather long.
Translation into english will take several hours, so I'll do it later upon request only (one or two
request would be enough). Unfortunately, we don't have the picture of the whole, finished diorama
to show. According to "Art Instructor", the finished diorama has 30 Japanese planes in 1:48
scale flying (hanging) a few meters away in the background, heading to the site. I myself planned
to see the real thing at the theatre, but motorcycle accident made me walk with difficulty for around
10 days until I missed the event. You might wonder how much did it cost for this immense
5.2 sq.m. diorama. Art Instructor didn't mention about it in his story, but I knew from him that
a model shop's owner (named Mr. Hmao) won the bid for the making of this diorama from the
theatre's owner with lowest price, in the range of $2000 - 2400 only. Art Instructor and his team
got around one half of that, the rest went for materials & models. Mr. Hmao, though gained
nothing monetary, got a big name, big face and big hands.