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Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Finally! The last Stalker for the unit.
Sculpting this one was far different than his buddies, of course, since he was not wrapped around the pillar! It was a whole lot easier to deal with! It will also be far easier to paint.
Here he is with the rest of the unit...
I'll put up the photos as soon as he is painted! Stay tuned... hey,what's that rustling noise...
Well, you don't really need me to tell you about the "anomalies" in the Finecast material. That has been discussed to death on many forums. I wanted to show in this post a possible solution...
This particular item was very messed up. It had been sitting around for over a year as I tried to figure out what to do.
As it turns out, I recently decided that I wanted to have an Aberration for my unit of Grotesques with a Scissorhand. I ended up taking parts from the Chronos/Talos sprue in order to make it useable. You can see all the darker grey plastic parts, as well as a few of the additional green stuff tubes that I added.
I even had to replace a lot of the drug pistons on the back, as those were either horribly miscast of missing altogether. I will be fixing my other grotesques by using polystyrene tubing.