I'm sure you have a lot of sprues from built up models. I want to show you all how to easily transform nothing on something useful - just need to cut some sprues, sand them a little and use them now as a wooden pieces - great for dioramas or on vehicle equipment. As always everything thanks to Dremel tools - making something from nothing :)
Saturday, November 17, 2012
This time more Dremel - this time me & my Dremel 7700 want to damage some glasses, results ? - Upper :) Great results with my new engrave add-on...
Friday, September 28, 2012
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Sunday, June 3, 2012
I've just returned from weekend "Jura Model Festival" in Rędziny, Poland. That was great contest with lot of friend. A lot of nice lookin' kits. Six of my work was awarded. I'm very happy about that fact... Just another perfect weekend with modelling :)
Thursday, May 31, 2012
On wooden base I put some plasticine to create some "3D" ground: country road with some rocky areas... After that I used wood filler, as terrain level, to put that just need few moves of finger...
My "rocky earth" effect is fine basing grit from Gale Force. To get better results to keep little rocks on base I sprayed whole base with "Ultra Strong" hairspray... now it's time for 1 hour drying...
Next step: painting...
Next step of that production: accessories, I've used Black Dog food supplies. Resin was perfectly prepared with Dremel 8200, as you can see on photos, first cut from form, then sand to correct level.
Now I can paint them all and start working with base.
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Sunday, May 20, 2012
I've returned from Modelling Contest Cracow 2012. Place for contest was perfect - "Museum of Home Army"/ "Muzeum Armii Krajowej" in Cracow. More informations and photos of that great place you can fine here :
There was 560 kits built by 120 modellers. So that was very nice competition with family atmosphere.
My four kits was awarded ( two in 1:48 scale categories ), so I'm very happy, because Cracow is my family homeland, so I'm glad about that too :)