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I like it and I really like the motion and movement of the floor wave. Curious about how you did the ribbon thing with the liquid/sewer water.

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That's fanrastic uber the scene feels really fluid and a great action sequence, awesome job

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Looks great... taking it to reapercon I hope!

 

Please do give us a blow by blow on the wave and how you managed to convince the water to behave and form the wave.

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Awesome piece.

 

I always love the dioramas you create.

 

You know aside from the awesome paintjob on the mini, and the waves and the spell circle, I also just love how you painted the walls.

It may seem like a minor thing, but the little green here and there really gives the "sewer vibe" for those walls.

 

Great work again!

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Thanks for all the comments, compliments, and likes everyone! As you all know, I really do enjoy making a scene full of action, danger, and fun, so I'm very happy that I can share my work with you and that you enjoy it as well. ::D:

 

I like it and I really like the motion and movement of the floor wave. Curious about how you did the ribbon thing with the liquid/sewer water.

  • I used the 2-part epoxy resin that I poured and allowed to dry very thin (like 1-2mm thick) on some wax paper that I sprayed with mold release, cut it to size to fit inside the canal and used that as like an armature for the "wave" which is the thick white "Water Effects" from woodland scenics.
  • I also allowed the Water Effects to dry on some wax paper after spreading down a thick layer of it and using a toothpick to create the waves.
  • The Water Effects goes on white, but dries clear and is very "rubbery" so I had to superglue it onto the 2-part epoxy armature and then curl it back around on itself and superglue it in place which created the ribbon/wave effect.
  • I used the remaining dried Water Effects in the canal by cutting it into strips and super glued onto the dried 2-part resin there as well to make it look wavy.
  • After that, I used the same Black Green wash from Secret Weapon to color it all to match the dried resin in the canal.

 

Looks great... taking it to reapercon I hope!

Thanks, I will!

 

Awesome piece.

 

I always love the dioramas you create.

 

You know aside from the awesome paintjob on the mini, and the waves and the spell circle, I also just love how you painted the walls.

It may seem like a minor thing, but the little green here and there really gives the "sewer vibe" for those walls.

 

Great work again!

Thanks, I'm glad you noticed the smaller details like that. I always want to try to tie everything in together to create a cohesive scene that is believable. ::):

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Excellent work Sir! 

 

I really like how the main figure is like stamping her foot on the ground. The way you built the diorama really brings motion to this pose. Well done!

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Great scene - love it! Nice painting on Velicia too!

Excellent work Sir! 

 

I really like how the main figure is like stamping her foot on the ground. The way you built the diorama really brings motion to this pose. Well done!

Thank you both!

 

Arc, I appreciate the help in naming the scene last night, I know it was late for you when I pinged you on FB ::D:

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Yay !

Wonderful job.  Its spectacular.

Action Filled, and thought provoking also.

Love the water, walls, and the Title !!

Really tied up and presented with a bow !

Those walls look really great UB3R!

Always amazed at how you can keep things in scale!!

Add this to the "I'm Proud of this one list" !!!

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Yay !

Wonderful job.  Its spectacular.

Action Filled, and thought provoking also.

Love the water, walls, and the Title !!

Really tied up and presented with a bow !

Those walls look really great UB3R!

Always amazed at how you can keep things in scale!!

Add this to the "I'm Proud of this one list" !!!

Thank you very much, Jay! ::D:

 

Very happy you like it and it provokes thoughts. 

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