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    Under the Bridge, Inquisitor Display Base

    Hi there.

    Followers of my '09 plog will have seen the building and painting process of the display base. I thought I would give the people who dont frequent my log an oppurtunity to view it.









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    I love it, I'm only new around but I've been looking at your Titan and other works of yours.
    It is truly a work of art I cant wait to see the models on it

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    That's good. The cracks in the bricks and mortar make it look well aged and realictic. I think the look of it will also make the models more believable.

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    Looks awesome, the only thing that sticks out is that the wall sits on top of the of the pavers. I guess it could end up looking that way if the wall was rendered after the pavers were laid.

    With the exposed bricks did you cover the whole wall in brick then chip off bits of plaster or just bricked in some areas and plastered up to them?

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    Thanks for the comments guys!

    Quote Originally Posted by dustand View Post
    Looks awesome, the only thing that sticks out is that the wall sits on top of the of the pavers. I guess it could end up looking that way if the wall was rendered after the pavers were laid.

    With the exposed bricks did you cover the whole wall in brick then chip off bits of plaster or just bricked in some areas and plastered up to them?
    Aye, I was intending to mix up some plaster and pigment mix to cover the gap but I dont feel it would work as well as I had hoped so I didnt go for the gap gilling there.

    I sculpted some small sections of brick onto the wall. I then mixed the plaster and poured it onto the wall, which was in a frame to keep the plaster on. When the plaster was wet I swirled some acyrlic paint into the areas were I knew the greenstuff bricks were. I then chipped these areas out with a hammer and the GW sculpting tool.



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    I love it dude, looks really cool. Maybe add some pools of slime or water???
    Otherwise thats a really good display base, i may well copy your idea!

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    Amazing work. The broken plaster and brickwork looks great.
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    Very nice work. I think I'll go have a look at the whole process.

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