Post by monstermodelreview on Apr 21, 2010 23:51:20 GMT -5
When ever I start a PS project it's good to see them together. I spent about a tube of glue , gluing the sections all together. I built it in three parts, the floor, the walls and roof. I base coated the roof in flat black now starts the putty work. I won't go nuts on the seams but I'll fix any gaps and larger fissures. I'm going to be working on a bunch of the bases at the same time.
Post by monstermodelreview on Apr 24, 2010 23:40:44 GMT -5
I didn't seam anything except for the inside of the roof section and really only to cover the gaps. I will putty the floor for sure and I know there are spot to fix in the wall but so far a quick dry brushing is looking good
Post by monstermodelreview on Apr 27, 2010 11:24:19 GMT -5
I got to the floor I started by painting it flat black and using Aves Apoxie Sculpt, did the seams. I use a thin clear plastic newspaper bag and sculpt with a dental tool over that, no fingerprints and it helps create more organic edges.
Post by monstermodelreview on May 2, 2010 14:52:44 GMT -5
I've been doing some staging, I figure the Bear will be a part of the final build. I'm going to cut a little off the stalagmite (tite) and glue it to the floor. I'm thinking about adding lights (torches) but do not have a lot of experience, but that never stopped me before.
Post by gprehistoric on May 9, 2010 23:24:46 GMT -5
Looking good Haven't got to my cave yet but have been thinking about how color on the bases transition from one model to the next... of course if you put one in a different place option then it may be hard.
I guess it's more about creating a consistent look so that it all looks like it is in the same world. That's one thing I've noticed on Trevor's site, there are some awesome modelers out there, and you can't say that one paints better than another it's more a style thing. GV