Creating a Civil War battlefield / town takes a while to build...detailing it takes a lot longer. The layout is over 30 feet long by approx. 3 feet wide The following photos shows what it takes to detail less than a 12 inches by 4 inches of space.
|The fur is 2 inches wide and 30 inches long|
|The colors used...3 shades of green and straw yellow|
|The fur starts out a dark brown|
|For the walk way all the fur is cut off and painted|
two shades of brown
Thanks for the little tuto.ReplyDelete
Maybe I will try that (just have to find fur!)
If I've understood, it's the paint which permits that the hairs stay in the position?
A little like hair-gel ?
(I hope that you don't use furs from protected animals !! ;-) )
Hello Sam...the paint makes the fur stand up and its not real furReplyDelete
Great stuff, it looks so effective!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you RayReplyDelete
Very realistic - but looks like some work - which I know you're more than up to it. Best, DeanReplyDelete
It does look simple, when a master works his magic with materials and paint. Beautiful modeling, Capt.ReplyDelete
I thank you for that Jay. I'm hoping people will try this system of creating grass.ReplyDelete
I am, for sure. Thanks.Delete
Nicely done, very realistic, and "a priori" simple...thanks for the tuto...ReplyDelete
Thank you PhilDelete
Superbe et très réaliste, il fallait y penser !.ReplyDelete
Vous utilisez de la fourrure synthétique ?
J'aime aussi beaucoup votre petit camping sur le champ de bataille...
Bravo et je vous remercie de vous êtes inscrit sur mon blog
Thank you SylvieDelete
I've always liked the fur effect and yours is a very fine example Captain!ReplyDelete
That is a wonderful effect Captain. Great stuff!!ReplyDelete
Thank you RodgerDelete
Queda muy bien.ReplyDelete
Thank you IsabelReplyDelete
I missed this the first time around. Great tutorial, and as a devotee of craft paint I especially love it.ReplyDelete
Thank you SeanReplyDelete