Weekender XLBS: The Joys Of Board Game...
Unboxing: Warhammer 40k – Primar...
Weekender: New Space Marine Codex ...
Community Spotlight: Dark Age Romans, ...
Unboxing: Hordes Grymkin – The Wicke...
Infinity Beyond Red Veil: Yu Jing Vs H...
September 29, 2011 by beerogre
You tuned in yesterday for part one of the Imperial Command Centre build… now here’s the final part.
Why do they have that loud really, really boring background music? Hate it, can,t visit their website because all that really annoying (and loud) background music.
LOL. I think we all learned at some point the hard way not to spray foam.
You’re OK to spray foam as long as you seal it first with water based stuff , its the solvents in the paints that dissolve it.
That actually turned out very well, the freehand eagle was well done , and the overall effect was impressive.
2 things I would suggest though , dont use the small packs of flock for basing if you are doing a big area like that – look up model railway shops, use the big tubs from them, its much much cheaper, and always use at least 2 shades mixed up, it tricks the eye, we arent used to grass being all the same colour in real life, which is why it looks odd on models.
The building itself was ace and really well done, however whats the point in going to the trouble of making it all camo then putting a big white aquilla’d skull on it with an arrow pointing to the main target? quite a contradiction there, would have been nice to show how the final model looked with the flock as it was after the glue dried too
music makes grum insane
I used to work in Sainsburys supermarket on the checkouts, and had to listen to the same 20 minutes of music for a whole 8 hour shift. This is nothing, I don’t even notice it anymore.
Also: “It won’t be jumping out at you, it’ll just be… subtle” *camera cuts* GREEN, GREEN EVERYWHERE! lol
I feel like I’m playing Final Fantasy or Zelda. Great set of videos though. Thanks much!
You can spray foam for days with an airbrush. Much faster, a more even coat, and you don’t risk brushing off any texture that you’ve already applied to the terrain. you can even use a wings and skull stencil for perfect replication every time and make a whole series of bunkers!
Click here to cancel reply.
You must be logged in to post a comment.
Create an Account Click Here Why Create an Account on Beasts of War
A Death Eater Dons Their Mask At Knight Models
Raise A Bottle To Kromlech’s Latest Releases
ThunderChild Fill The Waste With More Mutated Monsters
Support Your Dwarves With Forge World Iron Hill Crossbows
36 Projects This Week
41 Projects Last Week
48 Projects Two Weeks Ago
Space Marine Codex + New Reiver, Aggressor & Redemptor Kits On Pre-Order
Hunker Down Behind Tabletop Art’s Sandbags & Barricades
The Aeronef Range By Brigade Models Expands With New Ships
Alien Fans; Get Your Own M577 APC From Prodos Games
New Dungeon Delver, Darkholds On The Way From Mierce Miniatures
Warlord & Sarissa Put Together New Gates Of Antares Ghar Terrain
Victoria Miniatures Mount Up In Boss & Fury Matilda Tanks
Check Out RN eStudio’s Reaper Fantasy Football Team
Fate Of Konor, Games Workshop’s Global 40K Campaign Kicks Off July 27th
Take A Look At What’s Coming For Malifaux In August
Spellcrow Mutate Your Vehicles With New Doors And Plates
Set The Stage For WWII With Cold War Urban Terrain On Kickstarter
Hobby & Painting Town Square
Historical Gamer Town Square
Sci-Fi Gamer Town Square
News & Rumors
40K General Discussion