looking damn good man i would luv to mae some of those figures lol cant wait to see more
Fantastic to see you back creating. You have some amazing skills on showcase and I'm anxious to see more.
"That helmet makes you look like a Master Chief bobble head!"
-my student's reaction to the first attempt at a pep MC Helmet
WHS Red vs. Blue Build WIP
Thank you guys.
I'm a bit annoyed because I can not find some weapons for figurines in France.
I'm looking for
- the MA5B rifle
- the sniper rifle
- the ODST pistol
- the Jackhammer
Does anyone have molded these weapons?
I am ready to buy your resin moldings or originals with shipping costs.
Otherwise, on the diorama, I make the furniture (table, sofa, etc.) right now.
Great to see you back at it, It's been fun watching you're work.
Noble 6 W.I.P. build ---> http://www.405th.com/showthread.php/...-Spartan-build
Spartans aren't born, they're built, thru blood, sweat, and tears. And maybe a little Fiberglass.
Your method of casting the figures is really good. I will probably use it alot as I make the weird WWII aircraft and the Luft 46' stuff, and I always end up making my own parts out of balsa wood.
What will you use to fill the joints in the figures when you get them posed just right?
Most people have fun destroying things. Some people have fun building things. I have fun building things, that destroy things.
"I plan on talking the entire time, because they
would never kill a main character mid sen-" -Kat
This is a good method, but not really adapted to the molding of very complex figures (as an ODST). But well I succeed so for the moment that suits me.
To fill the joints of figurines I will use putty like Milliput etc. This is very useful as we can easily work: make the folds of clothing.
There are no words...
Really impressive. Would love to see more.