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#63913
Re:Wicked Addition Conceptual Sketch 6 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Old Man Willow, can we see some shots of your workshop?

Looks like you have a cool set-up there. I'm jealous.
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#63914
Re:Wicked Addition Conceptual Sketch 6 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
I planned on trying to make my own based on OldmanWillow's design anyway. I bet he could get a lot of orders for it!
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#63921
Re:Wicked Addition Conceptual Sketch 6 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
brvheart wrote:
I planned on trying to make my own based on OldmanWillow's design anyway. I bet he could get a lot of orders for it!




Superjman had the original concept I have just been experimenting with Woodland Scenic molds.

brvheart wrote " I usually do Realistic Water followed by Water Effects. Any particular reason for your order"

I had planed to use Mod Podge on the mine works because I painted it blue. I realised the Water effects would keep the Realistic Water from running off so I used it instead.



This is also made to look like an old WarHammer paper model. I have not added the doors. I want to make some yellow grass tufts for it too. I still have not made a bumper.
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#63926
Re:Wicked Addition Conceptual Sketch 6 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
My apologies to Superjman and I should give credit where credit is due!

I have never used Modge Podge. Looks like craft glue. So you use the Water Effects first then to hold the Realistic Water. I will have to try that. The tufts of grass looks interesting also. TerraGenesis is where I get most of my ideas: www.terragenesis.co.uk/
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#63927
Re:Wicked Addition Conceptual Sketch 6 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
natetaylor wrote:
Old Man Willow, can we see some shots of your workshop?

Looks like you have a cool set-up there. I'm jealous.




This a photo of my Desk. It is never this clean.



I converted an old TV cabinet to a paint station by adding a fold out so I could sit close to it. I added kitchen under cabinet lights.I used to keep it in the game room so I could close it to reduce clutter.



Before I added the fold out. I converted my home Office to my work room so I moved it in there.



I am going to covert the paint station to a dremil station by adding a filtered vent and shop vac attachments.The contractors tools are in my garage.
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Re:Wicked Addition Conceptual Sketch 6 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
brvheart wrote:
My apologies to Superjman and I should give credit where credit is due!

I have never used Modge Podge. Looks like craft glue. So you use the Water Effects first then to hold the Realistic Water. I will have to try that. The tufts of grass looks interesting also. TerraGenesis is where I get most of my ideas: www.terragenesis.co.uk/


I used to be active there when it was Gary's site.



This is a table I made for the local game store with gloss Mod Podge.




This is one coat. It would take 10 or more coats to look as good as Realistic Water.



I use it like Water Effects



Tin caps. They were used before the widespread use of nail guns. You will have to ask for them at Ace Hardware or even online. They are no longer widely used.



They can be flocked green. They make nice tree bases too.
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#63933
Re:Wicked Addition Conceptual Sketch 6 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
@Brvheart - no worries... I'm glad that I could set in motion the unleashing of the Kraken... aka Oldmanwillow. I'm immensely enjoying all the cool photos of his wicked crafting and artistry and domain.
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#63936
Re:Wicked Addition Conceptual Sketch 6 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
superjman wrote:
@Brvheart - no worries... I'm glad that I could set in motion the unleashing of the Kraken... aka Oldmanwillow. I'm immensely enjoying all the cool photos of his wicked crafting and artistry and domain.


Well my oversight bothers me. I really should pay more attention. Next week I will hopefully start work on what I can do. I don't promise any pics. I might not get anything worth taking any of! I do have to say your concept along with Oldmanwillow's practical application has made me more appreciative of the idea on a small footprint.
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#63950
Re:Wicked Addition Conceptual Sketch 6 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
I am glad everyone likes the Photos.



The water effects is taking longer than normal because it is cool and damp. I did not help that I applied it thick over a new cast. I should have allowed the cast more time to dry out. It is hard to leave it alone.


I will try to get this painted tonight when I get home.
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#63955
Re:Wicked Addition Conceptual Sketch 6 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
I know the feeling! Sometimes I have to let my cast sit for days until it is no longer cool to the touch. The sides of the water effects look like they will need a little tidying also. I made my sheets a little thicker to try and keep that from happening.
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#64003
Re:Wicked Addition Conceptual Sketch 6 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
That river looks fantastic! So you used that pine bark you talked about earlier? I think down here they use mostly glue and sand for large terrain boards.
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#64028
Re:Wicked Addition Conceptual Sketch 6 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
brvheart wrote:
That river looks fantastic! So you used that pine bark you talked about earlier? I think down here they use mostly glue and sand for large terrain boards.


Thanks.

I use sand for some things. I like saw dust better.I use styrofoam too. For a game store, plywood and saw dust is better. Four by eight emery boards can cause problems.



I used the left over paint form the walls to make flocking for the game tables.



The store owner picked the color. You can make any color you like.
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