Completed » Frankenstein

Yesterday my laser-cut foliage (thanks to Jason Eaton) arrived and I immediately set everything else aside to finish Adrian Smith’s Frankenstein up. Like the other plants, I sponged acrylics onto both sides of the paper and embossed them with dental tools. For the daisies, I used stretched sprue for the…

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In Progress » Adrian Smith’s Frankenstein by Industria Mechanika » Sprue and Paper

It’s amazing what you can do with some old green sprue and paper scraps. I’m waiting on some laser-cut plants to finish this up, but meanwhile I’ve been making some saplings and such. For these I first stretches some green sprue over a flame, then used the portions near the…

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In Progress » Adrian Smith’s Frankenstein by Industria Mechanika » Littered

I love doing groundwork and scenery. Of course I love modeling in general, but this is one of the areas where experimentation and ingenuity really pays off. Case in point, leaf litter, moss, and fallen leaves. First up, the leaf litter. This is basically plain dead leaves that I scavenged…

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In Progress » Adrian Smith’s Frankenstein by Industria Mechanika » Dirty

First off, not too many Frankies left so click here to order Adrian Smith’s Frankenstein! Lots to go through as I posted a shot of the feet on Facebook today and got a lot of SBS requests. Metal, rust, dust, then finally the mud. Metal: I posted this before, but…

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In Progress » Adrian Smith’s Frankenstein by Industria Mechanika » Shiny

The “base coats” are almost done. I call them base coats because they still have a few layers to go in regards to weathering and such. All I have left to base coat is the little metal studs dotted throughout the figure. After that I’ll start weathering and rusting him…

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