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Alright I want to see what everyone's working on base-wise, even if it's some simple, basic (ha! see what I did there?) stuff. Let's share the bases we are working on. First, I'll show you a couple of the ones I did recently. This was nothing special but one of my first attempts at sculpting any kind of base. Attempted to be some sort of stone/cobblestone street. Just some flattened out milliput then with one of my little clay tools carved in the stones. After it dried, filled it with some white glue and some GF9 grass. Next, I was trying to make some appropriate bases for th
Well I decided it was high time to get some bases sculpted. It was a nice simple start for some modelling with either green stuff or milliput. First off I made 10 bases, I wanted them to look like tram tracks to make them suitable for Victorian or Steampunk models. I made 4 with Milliput and 6 using green stuff. This is a picture post modelling with my son trying to reclaim his duplo. I did the mistake of using foam board and had a bit of pain getting the paper off. Finally here is a picture of the painted models. Comments welcome. I used these moulds to cas
Okay! I guess this is my first official sculpt! It's not a person, but it's a tree, and I'm happy with my first attempt. For the next go round (if I need another live oak) I'll use a heavier gauge wire to get more windiness in the branches. I wanted them a bit more crooked, but I think the lighter gauge and my inexperience ended up in a flat crown. Anyhoo, the sculpting portion is over and now all that's left is to prep (lots of flakies need to come off), prime, paint, and figure out how to stick foliage on here... To avoid redundancy (ahem) I'm posting a link to the project this tree