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Modeling

in Modelling tutorials and painting Sun Dec 19, 2010 6:47 pm
by alex • 400 Posts

Some time ago I promised to show a little tutorial on modeling of the figure. As you can see - nothing secret, and especially science fiction is missing here.


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RE: Modeling

in Modelling tutorials and painting Sun Dec 19, 2010 7:06 pm
by Mich • 462 Posts

Bravo ! Excellent travail !!!


Mich, le côté obscure de la miniature...
Mon site perso:
http://www.michdioramas.com

Mail: mich@michdioramas.com
mobile: +41 79 357 14 77

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#3

RE: Modeling

in Modelling tutorials and painting Sun Dec 19, 2010 8:10 pm
by Paul´s Bods • 1.314 Posts

Excellent Alex

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#4

RE: Modeling

in Modelling tutorials and painting Sun Dec 19, 2010 8:31 pm
by Jager • 178 Posts

I like the wire figure most! Eh no, what material do you use?

1/72?


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#5

RE: Modeling

in Modelling tutorials and painting Sun Dec 19, 2010 8:45 pm
by alex • 400 Posts

Yes, 1/72 . Material - Magik Sculpt

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RE: Modeling

in Modelling tutorials and painting Sun Dec 19, 2010 8:52 pm
by Ben90 • 428 Posts

could you please explain the difference to greenstuff? I think about buying some magic sculpt...


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#7

RE: Modeling

in Modelling tutorials and painting Sun Dec 19, 2010 9:08 pm
by alex • 400 Posts

I use several materials and stirring them get intermediate properties. Green Stuff after drying is a little "rubber" Magik sculpt after drying becomes more rigid. If you do seshivaete, you get the average properties. From the Green Stuff to sculpt a better fine detail, from Magik sculpt - better to make the basis of the figure. Green Stuff - a sticky (and to the frame(skeleton) pieces and instruments)

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#8

RE: Modeling

in Modelling tutorials and painting Sun Dec 19, 2010 9:33 pm
by Jager • 178 Posts

It's insane. How to get this Magic sculpture putty
and the Green stuff?

I have only tryed milli putty and Tamiya

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#9

RE: Modeling

in Modelling tutorials and painting Mon Feb 14, 2011 9:37 am
by Jager • 178 Posts

I would love a more detail tutorialon on sculpting.
Or a good book Tips. site that covers modeling.
But books is most prefered.
A verey long time ago i got shepard paine how to build dioramas.
and used as the bible. Now It Has Become old and looks like a porn magazine
Thought i will get the book " Diorama addicted " by Justo Mira

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#10

RE: Modeling

in Modelling tutorials and painting Mon Feb 14, 2011 11:30 am
by Andreas • 185 Posts

This is a really good Tutorial , Step by Step . My own expieriences are , you can´t learn it just by watching it .
You have to try . I learn it Step by Step , Poses , Proportions , Details like Chainmail , Faces and now i´m working on accurate Hands . I did buy a Video , but some of the Technics don´t work for me , i have to learn it my way .
Try it , it´s no Witchcraft , exept Alex´s works

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#11

RE: Modeling

in Modelling tutorials and painting Mon Feb 14, 2011 3:51 pm
by Jager • 178 Posts

bullshit he have cast a spell on you!
I bought that Magic sculp, trust me there no magic in it!
It stick on your hair,fingers,furniture and your cat.
you get stomach pain by eating it. There's no magic in it

No but i think it easiest to try edith orginal figures and have patience.
but more info is allways welcom.

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#12

RE: Modeling

in Modelling tutorials and painting Tue Feb 15, 2011 12:05 am
by alex • 400 Posts

Jager - Can not understand what you mean ... but I just wanted to say that the sculpture consists of small pieces of solutions 2 tasks:
1 - the actual sculpture. And for this we must simply learn anatomy. Now a lot of good books. But I think the best guide - book Gottfried BAMMES - author unjustly wronged and forgotten. It does not redraw the pictures, he builds the body structure is divided into geometric shapes.
2 - is a technology-using the material to any of them (Magik sculpt, Gren Stuff) just have to get used to and pick up tools. If you are annoyed that the material sticks to the tools and your fingers - it is better to have on the table beside a bowl of water (but do not lick tool ever!)
But in general I'm always glad I will answer questions, but write a book - I have to do is not so good.


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#13

RE: Modeling

in Modelling tutorials and painting Tue Feb 15, 2011 12:37 am
by Ben90 • 428 Posts

Then use "A+B modelling putty". It doesn´t stick to your fingers and can be formed very nicely. But water is very important for the use of every modelling putty.

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#14

RE: Modeling

in Modelling tutorials and painting Tue Feb 15, 2011 3:02 pm
by Jager • 178 Posts

Sorry for my bad english. I was a bit ironic and i am useing goggle translate sometimes.
How is the skeleton made? twisting, solder, weld or super glue.

Or the first layer putty dryed to keep the skeleton together?

The sword is it a skeleton in it?

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#15

RE: Modeling

in Modelling tutorials and painting Tue Feb 15, 2011 5:18 pm
by alex • 400 Posts

Skeleton - curling. before I did and superglue and solder, but then refused it. Twisting and being covered with the first layer.


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