Post by artdecovampire on Dec 13, 2014 9:02:38 GMT -5
Tay I agree, its just the enthusiasm of sharing, which I am now going to do LOL! Here is a pic of the base after its third bake. It is sculpted over an MDF formed to save clay and make the sculpt more moevable. The MDF core has stayed very stable and unnaffected by the heat which is good. It was easer to vcreate a level than with foil, so it might be helpful to anyone who is thinking of trying it. The two limbes ahve had their first bake each, The arm complete with innner deatil, the leg with no deatil. Its too floppy to detail even with cocktail sticks in it so I'm going to add detail and rebake later. Not much left to do.
Post by artdecovampire on Jan 2, 2015 14:44:58 GMT -5
The base is now finished. I have made changes. It has a small ornithopod dinosaur, hypsilophodon, a large lizard, a small palm tree. Its eight parts all told. It is now titled 'Mesozoic hunting ground'. I have pictures and an instruction sheet to post but the limit is up on the site and its not accepting pictures. Message me for more info or get in touch with Mark Kreiss/PSGreat. I'm working on full colour box art next for the packaging. it sgoing to be really quite good!
Post by artdecovampire on Jan 5, 2015 13:28:35 GMT -5
Hi Prescenes. Yes The gallimimus was too big and it was taking up teh whole base. i wanted more stuff like the jungle swamp and somewhere for the Allosaurus to stand if you needed it. Its fate was sealed when I dropped its back leg and it shattered, soI scratched my head and made a smaller dead dinosaur Hypsilophodon shaped. It looks much better. Almost a scool as the little one you get with the raptor kit but not quite. The whole thing looks much more PS when its together and of course it will be easier for Mark to cast. I still have the bits for the gallimimus and I will use them another day when I make it a new gangly fragile leg.