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Rise of Moloch

Rise of Moloch

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About the Project

This is my main project for 2019. I kicked all in. I love this streampunk characters. It is very cool. Hope you like it

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Titus

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Skin: I used Vallejo 70.860 for Base and Layer Highlight with Vallejo 70.927 with Mix of white and Glaze with black and scale Violet by using Glaze and Flow Aid medium.  The nose,  I glaze with Scale 75 SFG-04

Mustache, Chest Hair, Eyes Brown:  I used Scale75 Negro Grey and Thin texture with a mix of Purity Whtie 3 times

Centipede: I used the black for the main body and used the Scale 75 Boarch Brown for the leg.  Glaze brown on the body. Make NMM look with mixed of white on the body

NMM Black Weights and Necklace Chain:  I used the Scale 75 and used NMM to make it look Metal.  Edging with White.

Priming

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All Done, but mistake

I primed all as normal with Black Gray and White, but I mistaked to use the White instead of Gray for for my 45 angle. It is early morning after wake up. My brain did not well wake.

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Tools

The tools are:

  • Exacto Knife or Cutter
  • Tamiya Hobby Saw – You can buy in hobby store
  • Resin Epoxy – it is from HomePro. It is cheaper than greenstuff in Thailand. I never used greenstuff for compaison
  • Basius – I kicked from BASIUS 3 – TEXTURIS, via @Kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2023606288/basius-3-texturis. Anyway, you may find the same kind from GreenStuff. Sadly, the company do not ship to Thailand. I knew the reason, but it is my hobby pains.
  • Water – Eyedrop is good
  • Tissue or Some old cloth for cleaning. It is messy

How to

  1. Saw with the hobby saw. You have to try to saw it close to the base as possible. Take your time.
  2. Stick the epoxy to the base. You have to wait until it is set a little bit hard. Arouns 10-15 minutes. If you put it to fast, it will stick to the template.  Vasaline is good help to make the epoxy not stick to your hand.
  3. Drop 1-2 drop of the water to the area and press
  4. Let it set more harder for 5 minute
  5. Clean the rest that come out of the base with the Exacto Knife

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