This is my first attempt at a diorama, and I am pretty pleased with the way it turned out and will keep it unchanged for probably the next year. I began with the four main trees for the Ewok village, mainly using old ship sets as the platforms. All-in-all, this creation took approximately 2 months of putting in a few hours a night, with a little help from my 7-year-old, plus the occasional all-night "brick binge," to complete. My daughters have since pointed out many essential changes for the next version, such as landing markers on the shuttle pad, the Ewoks' net capture of Luke and the boys, elevating the speeder bikes, better sectioning so that the entire set may be easily moved to the floor for actual play, a forest/sky background using Lego creator/Photoshop, etc., but I will enjoy this for a while as a nice mainstay in an entire room I've been allowed to claim. In the meantime, I'll be working on Clone Wars (which will be the largest and most intricate), Hoth, and Tatooine dioramas on other tables.
This is a very good moc. Two things that could be improved on, that I saw. First, it looks like there is just a little too much action in this creation, and second, not enough ground plants. Obviously, you've seen the movie, so you know that the sanctuary moon is COVERED in ground plants. That would make it look even better. Overall, great detail. You had a very nice touch with the AT-ST getting smashed in, and the Ewok rock trap. One last thing. It would also be pretty cool if you made the moc a diorama of only one scene, not three. The entry onto Endor, the Ewok battle, and the celebration afterwards are nice by themselves, but there is a little too much action. Really nice job. I need to work on more dioramas.