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Hey folks! Last month I worked on a Bones Altar of Evil (77139) and was surprised to find that the back was hollow. (Wip here) As shown in the wip, I used apoxie sculpt with the instant mold to make a 'back side' for the figure. Last night I was experimenting with the 50% Apoxie Sculpt / Green Stuff mix that Tail spinner talks about in the pinned putty post, and found that this mixture works very well with the instant mold. It goes into the mold well, holds the details, separates easily, and is easily sandable, and the flash was easy to remove with an X-Acto knife. It is not as br
So here is my Altar of Evil, finished up. Nothing fancy after the filling in of the hollow side. I wanted to do the skulls in a 'Cared for' Copper color, which is why there is no verdigris on them.... I mean really, what Evil Priest is not going to have an acolyte around to polish stuff? I also wanted them to appear as if they had candles in them, so I filled the eye sockets and noses with Scale 75 Inktensity Yellow, and rimmed them with a touch of watered down Scale 75 Aldebaran Red. WiP Here Pics: As always, Comments welcome! George
So my Reaper order came in yesterday, and with it my Altar of Evil. I was very surprised to learn that the 'back' of the altar is the hollow part, not the bottom... I decided to make another long wall and attach it so that it can stand in the middle of a room and not look odd... So I got out the Instantmold, and Apoxie Sculpt My daughter the paint minion wanted to see the Instantmold in action, so she ended up doing all the work! We heated the instant mold in hot water, mushed it up, made a pancake, and then she pushed the long side into the mushy instantmold with firm pressure all