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Last edited by superscenic; July 11th, 2010 at 00:43.
Very nice. I really really like these. Reminds me alot of Giger art. Reps for you!
My Arena Champions: Kharn'eth The Bloodcleaver and Gorzag Iron Jaw
What the! Holy freaking awsome! You did that with a hot glue gun? That's art!
Am i understanding this right, right, you did that with those little white melty rods?
Rep. very definate rep.
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Wow these are cool. Repped
These look really great and must have taken alot of patientence to get right.
Woah! That is seriuosly awesome!
Hi guys, Thank you all very much for the kind words.
Here is a Scale reference shot for now:
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Last edited by superscenic; July 2nd, 2010 at 01:58. Reason: Learned something.
Looks good, like the hot glue idea, thanks for posting.
How stong are they? I would have been tempted to make a polystyrene core first.
Regarding a polystyrene core, that would certainly work and be a very good idea. If perhaps the hot glue melts the polystyrene that might also give a good effect. Melting could likely be avoided by painting a layer of paint on the poly.
I made a similar shape, made a 3mm mdf core for strenght, foam on both sides sanded into shape, I imagine that if you dropped the mdf core and used card over the top it would be strong enough.