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Here's a photo culled from the video.

 

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Sorry about the quality of the photo, but I've not got the mini at the moment as I gave it to my DM so he can surprise us as we delve through the Temple of Elemental Evil.

 

in different lighting conditions which is the best way of seeing it really.

 

Sadly I couldn't work out how to embed a YouTube video in my earlier post, I'm off to check the tech threads for the answer to that quandry.

 

Thanks

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Nice effect!

 

So if I read you right, the wires come up through the base, through a cut portion of the fire elemental and up into the back, then into the head and arms? You concealed the place where the wires went into the head and arms by sculpting a bit of miliput?

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Nice effect!

 

So if I read you right, the wires come up through the base, through a cut portion of the fire elemental and up into the back, then into the head and arms? You concealed the place where the wires went into the head and arms by sculpting a bit of miliput?

Yep, that's about the strength of it.

 

I was really surprised at how cleanly the plastic cut, I was expecting a horrible join and coverup job but it was barely detectable after supergluing.

 

Glad you liked it.

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