Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by Crowsfoot, Nov 24, 2017.
Thanks for the pictures, it's nice to see what you came up with from the tutorial.
@Crowsfoot could you show to us photos of all units of the box after the proccess?
We will have 10 complete warriors and knights?
And of course thanks a lot for your effort
@Crowsfoot Thank you!
i definetli follow your steps!
Where could you get the base for the Astrolith Bearer?
Ebay is your best bet
That trooglodon is simply breathtaking! Cant wait to do mine, how did you do that amazing water base?
Astrolith bearer looks amazing
That banner is.....incredible
eBay or I can make you one.
@Crowsfoot you might want to add that you need greenstuff as well to the main oost
I did a tutorial on that as well.
I'm very Happy that I find this post. Thanks a lot for the great advices.
For the astrolith bearer I'll try a Aztec Coin from a 3D printer. (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2447167).
Asked a friend to print it.
I'll post a picture when I build him.
nice one. I'll wait for the final result.
Hey there is actually an astrolith bearer banner thing specifically designed on Thingiverse: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3389099
If you have access to a 3D printer, there are loads of files that can aid in the maximization for the start collecting box. Here's a thread being maintained here for ideas:http://www.lustria-online.com/threads/articles-to-print-in-3d-lizardmen-seraphon.22394/
Wow. Thanks for the links.
The Banner one is very very nice. Searched for the wrong words I guess.
Do you need to use modelling dedicated putty under the green stuff or could a cheap ass like me get away with bluetac or something and then greenstuff on the outside.
Bluetac will work but it will remain soft but once your greenstuff sets it should be fine.
I used some rigid wire mesh from the DIY store rather than putty for the underlying structure and it worked charms - you can shape it quite well and then superglue it to the base and dino bits before applying the green stuff over it.
Pro Tip: I have seen Julie Guthrie do this exact technique when sculpting dragon wings.
It is what the pros do.