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by Senji on Mar.18, 2009, under 2009 Warhammer 40K Terrain, Terrain, Warmachine Terrain
I made a few more pieces to flush out my Ice World set.
Skullcraft Vegetation and Static Grass used on this set.
Nice. But how do you make them? Enquiring minds want to know!
Did you dye the resin before you cast them ice. If so did you do multicolors or did you add paint after they were set?
The resin as dyed before casting
Wow! That’s the best ice ever seen!!
Can you make a tutorial?
Hopefully soon, I just have to get the text done.
Thank you! I really can’t wait to see it!
Any news about the tutorial?
I’m sorry I haven’t written it. There’s so much on my plate right now.
Thats absolutely the best looking ice i have ever seen.
I understand that you dont have the time to write the article, but is there any chance that you could tell just a little bit more how you did those iceblocks?
Im working on a wintertable and my attemps on the ice have been ridiculous…
I cast the ice from molds.
of all the things to tutorial. this would be the best. please, if you have time do something even if it is only how you got the ice to look so good
It’s coming out in a future issue of Game Forces Magazine. I’ll post the details when they publish it.
Any update on the publishing for this? I’m very curious what you used as the master to make the pillar molds from.
Ice World Terrain – Senji Studios – just great!
[...] I made some new Ice World terrain pieces. These are similar to the ones I made a long time ago (http://senjistudios.com/?p=956), but I wanted to experiment with adding some tall grass to it and a little less [...]
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