Joined: Tue May 22, 2012 12:58 am Posts: 130 Location: Belgium, Brussels
Yeah, as I just started making models I still have a lot to get used to. Gotta experiment more about the quantity of water to add to the glue. You really have to add a drop or two max. I thought it was alot more at first.
So now I'm stuck with my 'not-so-fixated' sand. Should I reapply a layer of glue+sand on it, with thicker glue? Because the part where I added rocks holds on perfectly.
Hey, I just wanted to say thanks for this amazing tutorial... It helped me take the plunge and make my terrain pieces! Your step-by-step post really helped me get over the intimidation factor, and has got me inspired to start scratch-building all sorts of things!
Here's a weeks worth of work, following your lead... I made these pieces modular so that I have lots of re-arrangement possibilities...
Joined: Tue Feb 07, 2012 6:16 am Posts: 730 Location: having lunch in the Resteraunt At The End Of The Universe.
really nice work, that table looks great with that terrain.
_________________ New research has discovered that research causes cancer in lab rats. Assembled the model before painting?? It's not a n00b mistake, it's a training exercise to improve your painting skills
Hello! I'm new here, and just wanted to say that this tutorial is genius!! My boyfriend plays warhammer and warmachine, and I'm just horrible at painting miniatures, but I wanted to get involved somehow, and you have made that extremely possible! So thanks!!
I have another question, how do you go about smaller/thinner/more fragile pieces? Because as I was working on a small rock, the glue couldn't hold. Thanks
Also, just wanted to mention, if you forget to do the texture before and have already glued the pieces on, finger nails work real well for the small parts. Obviously don't go overboard, but I mean a good swipe with your nail works!!