Saturday, July 15, 2017

How To Sculpt Miniatures: Video Tutorial 2 - Putty

Next up in my series of How To Sculpt Miniatures videos: how to use epoxy putty!

These first three videos will rehash the information I shared in my original How to Sculpt Miniatures posts, which is best geared at sculpting beginners. However, even experts may discover some helpful tips :)

Once we've got the first three videos taken care of, we'll move into new territory, like sculpting armour plates, stitches and sutures, and spinal columns. I've also been rolling around the idea of doing a tutorial on sculpting nurgle-y things like worms, pustules, gross drippy stuff, and third eyes. Anyone interested in that sort of thing?

As always, please let me know in the comments below if you have ideas for things you would like to learn to sculpt in a video.

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  1. I have yet to try out Apoxie Sculpt but you make a very good case for it sir. Look forward to seeing more of these.

    1. If you can find it near you, Eli, just buy some. It's so cheap and useful when you're worried about wasting Greenstuff. It's also great if you're working on some kind of scenery.

      If you're having trouble finding it, then email Aves, the manufacturer, directly so they can tell you where to find it near you, or someone who will ship to you.