In Progress » Shadow of the Minotaur » Grass is Always Greener

Still adding grass as you can see. Been a little busy with a garage sale last weekend  (thank goodness THAT’s over!!!!) so this has been slow going. You can see that I’m adding clumps of the Jute grass and teasing it around while the glue is still wet so that…

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In Progress » Shadow of the Minotaur » Attack My Pretty!

At this point the beastie is just about finished. A few touch-ups here and there and he’s complete. I still however need to make the Druid “pilot” and finish the base grass. First things first though… Moss! Before applying the moss I first mixed up some of Mig Productions new…

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In Progress » Shadow of the Minotaur » Groundwork and Moss Test

Since the last update I’ve finished the painting for the golem and added his bronze accessories.  I also made and painted some more megalithic rocks for the base as well as constructing the base and basic groundwork. I’m really quite pleased with how my rocks have turned out. I’ve always…

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In Progress » Shadow of the Minotaur » Painting With a Sponge

Everything was finished baking so I began priming and painting a few days ago. I primed everything with Duplicolor Light Gray Sandable Primer. Metal chains were first primed in Duplicolor Green self-etching primer, then in the Light Gray. I gave a lot of thought to how I wanted to paint…

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In Progress » Shadow of the Minotaur » Almost there…

The sculpt is going well. I finished the beast for the most part a few days ago and baked it yesterday. I also added a lot more texture detail to the stone which really helped “sell it” I think. I had a small issue with sagging due to the CPVC…

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In Progress » Shadow of the Minotaur » Stone Texture

I decided to jump the gun a bit and start texturing the stones. I was told that it’s best to wait until you are completely roughed to start the final detailing, but I had nothing better to do and was anxious. I started with the following tools… I began by…

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