Subject: Small Cottage Diorama Fri 12 May 2017 - 18:53
Here is a few pics one of my first buildings I ever did about a year ago. It was a small cottage that is playable inside. Excuse the paint job. I am still trying to figure that out.
It was made using a foamcore shell with the exterior details added over the top. Each stone block was individually cut and laid. To get the broken plaster look, I leave the paper on the foamcore and then cut out the paper where I want the stone to be exposed. I just carve the stone blocks into the exposed areas.
This was mostly a test piece for me to figure out how I wanted to go forward with other similar builds, hence why it is not mounted on an mdf base. The tree was made with wire and sculpey. And I used a lot of different flocking, static grasses, and flowers. The furniture are Hirst Arts Molds casts that were sent to me from a fan of my channel. Minis are from Reaper, North Start, Miniatures, and Zombicide Black Plague.
Please feel free to comment or ask any questions. I am very excited to start a thread in a month or so when I start my next commission (Once I finish the one I am currently working, LOL).
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Subject: Re: Small Cottage Diorama Fri 12 May 2017 - 20:07
GORGEOUS! Your brushwork is quite nice...don't sell yourself short. The modeling, & attention to details are FANTASTIC...the Halloween feel adds character to the piece. VERY WELL DONE!
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