Last time we left off with our freshly dipped Orc. In today’s post I’m going to run you through the next few stages to see him on to completion.
Today I’m going to show you the really easy way to paint good tabletop quality faces (and other bare flesh).
A couple of months ago I was feeling pretty flush for cash so I treated myself to a paint set from Vallejo. It didn’t hurt that the set was on offer at Element Games with a whopping £40 off (I’m not being paid by them for this by the way, just reporting the situation as it was, and still is as of time of writing!)
A few days later my set arrived, and now that I’ve had time to get lots of use from it, I’m ready to tell you Wot I Think.
Jimmi here, hope everyone’s A-OK! Today I’m going to show you how to make a simple two part mold. You’d use this to cast complete 3D objects, such as a gun. This obviously makes this far more useful than the single part mold technique, which limits you to just casting one side of an object.
That said, make sure that you’re up to speed with casting a single part mold before you begin, my tutorial last week takes you over the details so I strongly recommend that you start there and go over the basics (such as the materials, and making a Lego box etc) before you read on. Go on, I can wait whilst you read that first and then come back!