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Last edited by Tyrius; September 13th, 2007 at 16:28.
That is a great wet effect! Congrats on the nice work! (How'd you do it?)
Congratulations on this piece of scenery... I was ready to ask the same as Tekore! How was it made? And maybe you think of adding Water Effects in the pit?
Thanks to all the people showing faith in me
I sometimes feel that everyone will leave me and they will be on their own...
It is multiple layers firstly, Is mix of pva glue and green paints. Used a neon, hunter, and light green paint. Each layer I used less paint and more pva the last few thin layers are just pva glue. I have been looking at the model water effects and an instant water though I have only found them in like 20 ounce bottles for nearly $30.
The actual pit is the lid to a primer can which I melted with a lighter to get the shape. the pipe is another plastic bottle that have scored and cut pieces out of it to look more beat up.
Last edited by Tyrius; September 13th, 2007 at 17:39.
ohh! grats on the nice effect, but you said alot of pva glue? expensive? ;?
i love the effect but is it expensive?
Currently working on I.Repent, Part one of the Lost Astartes Story
If anyone is interested let me know and i will share some unfinished product :)
Also have a codex, and miniatures in the works
The piece looks great. My only question s where is the slime coming from? YOu have the pipe coming out of the side of a small building but nothing behind the building to indicate where the pipe went,lol. Well I guess you could say its a tempral warp rift or soemthing like that. BUt again great scenery.
PVA just the plain white school glue. Its pretty cheap like mine i happen to have now was like $2USD for 7.5 ounces.
I put it up against the wall just so it wasnt just floating around. Its not attached to the base or the wall at all. Wanted some contrast when taking the picture.
For a long time, I wondered about PVA glue. What was it? Where could I find it? Then one day the amazing modeling spirits were like, "Hey guy, that's just plain white Elmers they're talking about". I'll get you one day for your fancy PVA talk, GW!
Back to the model though, great idea with the primer can, wouldn't have thought of that, and looking at the whole thing again, the base of the pool is really outstanding and adds to the whole model...kudos again and rep!