Chewie, another great update. I can't believe how many customs you can crank out. I love the B4-D2. I think the "top" on that droid is great. The paint job is superb. I don't like the torture droid as well as but not because he's not a great custom. I'm just not sure of the place for him.
Okay, you've convinced me that I need to invest in a glue gun. I went to Michael's and there were several models. What is recommended - "Full Size" or "Mini" (both gun size and glue size) also Cordless or Corded. What do you think??? Thanks
I love both of your new additions. One the "Lost in Space" pilot, I think maybe he should have lost one of his boots. His bottom half almost looks too symmetrcial. However, that is minor. A fine addition to the dead trooper series!
DD, the durge looks great! I just took at look at the base figure (a friend has it in his office, hehehe). Your paint job additions are great. What a transformation!
I think your Galactic Marine head sculpt it great! Are the legs supposed to be maroon? Obviously as a colorblinder, take that last comment with a grain of salt However, I thought they were supposed to be maroon.
Chewie, I love the look of your backdrop diorama as you have it photographed. It looks great! I need to make a backdrop to help set my customs off a little more. Time to get the creative juices flowing.
Thought I'd post this newbie question to go along with the Monthly Project. What tips do you have for working with Foamcore for Dioramas. From what I've gathered, sharp hobby knifes are the key. However, any other tips?
What about gluing options (glue gun, any others??).
What about painting on foamcore, any special tricks (is primer necessary?)
As you can see, I hope to make this week's thread, the one shop stop for all your foamcore questions.