It's really helping a lot - especially to pool all your inspirations and ideas.Bloodknife92 wrote:I really love the idea of a project log, like what you have there. It's efficient and helps you stay motivated and organized. I think I'll definitely put one together for my hobby work!
Meleck wrote:What material are you using for your terrain? I figure it's foam but more details would be interesting. It looks great and very Taros like.
Issendror wrote:Cork sheets (3-5mm / 0.12-0.2 in)
medium-density woodfiberboard (6mm / 0.024 in) - There are thinner, lighter ones but tend to bend
polystyrene wall panels (3-5mm / 0.12-0.2 in) - It´s insulation material you can find in nearly every
DIY store. In Europe and Germany you can get Depron-Sheets in various strengths or BASF-Styrodur-Panels.
polystyrene glue - For the larger surfaces (see "glue" above).
white glue/wood glue - (see "glue" above)
Sandpaper - (Grit size 150 and above / for Germans: 120) - Used to smoothen the edges of both,
mdf-boards and polystyrene panels.
Medium sand - (grain size 0,25-0,5mm / 0.010-0.020 in) I used fire-dried, quartz sand. Mostly
traceable in pet shops because it's appropriate for use in aquariums. Don't use sandbox appropriate sand - it's to
heterogeneous, dusty and polluted.
Box-Cutter - Cut, Chop, Cut ... for the bloo... the greater good.
high-strength fabric-tape - For edge-protection. (For Germans: Panzerband und Tesa-Produkte sehr
Palette - To mix colours, white glue and water.
Brushes - 14mm / 0.55 in - Used to apply the colour-white-glue-mix onto the allready sanded boards.
and to paint the scenery pieces. 70mm / 2.76 in - Used to apply thinned white-glue and to drybrush all terrain and scenery
Colour - Provided by my local DIY store - custom mix.
Issendor wrote:You can find the whole extent of used materials in the first post:
genISD wrote:Do you drybrush black or edge highlight?
genISD wrote:[...]Unfortunately your pictures are tiny[...]
Tael wrote:Really glad for the updates, this table is going to be a spectacle when you get stuck into a fight across it. Thank you for the build images as paintwork oft hides clever ideas and useful materail shots.
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