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Sunday, 23 June 2013

Modular Dungeon / Sewer section almost finished

Nearly done with the first sewer section, I finished off the wall sections that needed doing and slapped some of the stuff I use for my basing over the gaps (brown paint, PVA glue, sand, grit etc).

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After all this was dry I painted up everything, and i'm nearly ready to start the next section's:

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I'm just waiting for the varnish to dry now then I've got a little bit if touching up to do and a few bits and pieces to create so it all should be finished very soon and I can crack on with the rest.
If there's anything you need to know about give me a shout in the comments.

16 comments:

  1. Wow thats looks freaking excellent lovely job mate.

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    1. Cheers thanks very much, I'm chuffed with how it turned out!

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  2. I wouldn't want to go paddling there! Stunningly realistic. What did you use for the water effect?

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    1. Again thanks very much! The water's just polyurethane Gloss varnish poured over the painted PVA and sand mix. I took those photo's last night and the varnish looks like it's shrank a fair bit over night so I'll probably have to add a new coat once it's dry to keep the depth

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  3. That looks great, I can't wait to see what you do next

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  4. Very nice indeed - the water/slime looks really great. Interesting idea to use varnish for water. /Hans

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    1. Thanks very much, I'm not to sure on the varnish it seems to be shrinking substantially so I might have to invest in some 'proper' water effects and give it a second coat

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  5. All my life, I've wanted to go down into a sewer to see what it looks like. Thanks to you, I'll never realise that dream now that you've ruined the anticipation with your otherwise perfect rendition of the thing.

    Thanks a lot!

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    1. HA HA HA! Sorry about smashing your dreams, you should still go though otherwise you might miss out on possible adventures:

      http://pbfcomics.com/198/

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  6. Wow ! That has turned out great - even if you claim there are still bits and pieces to do on it. What makes it even more exceptional is that as far as I can make out, ever surface has the capability of standing a figure on it.

    And there's more to come you say - can't wait.

    (If you got the cash, in future try using yacht varnish although it's really expensive IIRC)

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  7. Damn that is looking great! Well done overall.

    Could benefit from a rat or two.

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  8. That looks great though the "before painting" piccys really did look like it had been hit by a shit-storm :)

    Not so sure a sewer would have sutch clear "water" though, but then to be honist I've no idea how you would go about creating a "realistic shit river" so yours not only fits the bill but is also better than anything I could do.

    Looking forward to seeing your next "box full", these will be apleasure to game in I envy your group.

    ttfn

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  9. Wohaaa!! This is really amazing !! Hats off to you!! Great job done! Sculptures for sale

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  10. very very cool. I can't get my water to not have bubbles.

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