Friday, September 21, 2012

Green Stuff Capes My Way- Mi Metodo Para Capas Con Masilla Verde

 Hey-o everybody! I'm back and I've got a pretty nice tutorial on here; so let's get on with it, shall we?
The first thing you're probably gonna want to do is decide where your cape is going to be fitted. It can come from the shoulders, neck, or even waist which is what I chose.

Next up you measure  how big you want it to be. At this point you want to decide how it's going to pose. It's not that hard to get it to look right, you can always clean it up later.

Hola a todos! Estoy de vuelta y tengo un tutorial bastante genial para ustedes, asi que comencemos!
Lo primero que van a querer decidir es donde se va a montar la capa. Puede caer desde los hombros, el cuello, o hasta de la cintura que fue lo que elegi esta vez.

A continuacion deben medir que tan grande quieren que sea. Es en este punto donde tambien se decide como va a posar. No es muy dificil que se mire correctamente, y se puede arreglar mas adelante, solo es de confiar en sus instinctons.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Blood Angels Black Reach- Captain / Capitan

My tip for the day- your main cutting tool should be a Stanley knife, not an X-acto type knife! Not only is it more secure, sharper, and have a thinner blade, it will also last you longer.

My consejo del dia- en lugar de depender de la cuchilla X-acto tanto, hazte un favor y consiguete una cuchilla tipo Stanley. No solo se asegura mejor, tiene mejor filo, y una cuchilla mas delgada, sino que ademas dura mas.

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Casco con Remaches- Riveted Helmet

Este foro me ayudo a lograr hacer remaches en masilla verde. Obviamente es importante humedecerla antes de tratar de hacerlos, pero una vez que sale quedan muy bien. Lo mejor es que se pueden usar tubos huecos de diferentes diametros para hacerlos rapida y facilmente.

The board I linked to helped me find a solution to making rivets out of green stuff. Obviously it's important to moisten it before trying to make them, but once you press down they come out really well. The best part of it is that you can find hollow tubes of varying diameters to make them quickly and easily.

Blood Angels Plastic Chaplain Mk.II - Capellan Plastico de los Blood Angels Mk. II

Blood Angels Relic - Reliquia de los Blood Angels

Painted up a relic for my 6th ed games, I used a coin as a base because I didn't want to waste a plastic base.

Pinte una reliquia para los juegos de sexta y use una moneda para evitar desperdiciar una base plastica.

Saturday, September 8, 2012

Custom Venerabe Furioso

Hey guys, I'm back and I have a new camera! So let's get on with the show. As per the smarter format, first I show you shiny pics, then I bore you with the text-

Here we have a Venerable Dreadnought with a couple of simple conversions to turn it into a Furioso. All that was needed was a head from a Death Company Marine, the Blood Angels symbol from a Stormraven, and the same for the shin covers that come with the DC marine boxes. The biggest couple of things it has are the magnetized torso, the pinned legs and feet (it's not even glued down yet!), the bent feet since they wouldn't be flat, and the raised leg as per the guide on this thread:

Finally, for the cables all that was needed was an appropriate sized copper wire with another appropriately gauged wire wrapped around, and voila! Be sure to get plastic covered wire just to be as sure as possible that rust won't ruin your paintjob.