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Okay, my whole world's gone blonde! Seriously though, Kaya's pretty much done! There's not much more I can do now at this level. I think she's my best work to date, although you guys will have to be the judge of that. Let me post pics first, then comment along the way: Okay, it should be stated that the pics and the base were giving me fits tonight. I took an entire series of photographs first until I notice that she had a bit of space between her foot and the rock. I think I mentioned my problems with this in the WIP, although I'm not sure. At
Okay! It is fantastic to be getting back to people and critters after the SciFi contest. I figured I need to get started on The Year of the Giants or else I may get engrossed in the Fall Exchange and run outta time like I did last.. er... time. To start with, I'm doing the normal sized person in my diorama first. My goal is to make her detachable as a game piece as well, so we'll have to see how that turns out. I've started with Kaya the Reaper (14600) because, well, I was ready to paint a lady. My inspiration for Kaya came from Lagertha from History Channel's Vikings show. I had a thing
Okay! The topic here is snow! I'm about to start working on a new diorama, and was curious as to various methods of creating snow effects. I know there are lots of products out there, and I'm curious as to everyone's experience with them. I've seen baking soda, flour, white sand, crushed glass, etc. So what's the sitch with snow? Keep in mind I live in the deep south so I don't know what real snow looks like. Any snow we get turns into an Icee type substance as soon as it hits the ground... Ideas? Thank you! -K