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    Sculpting Minitures

    Hey Guys
    I have been a fan of 40K/Lord of the rings TTG for quite some time now and now i want to have a go at sculpting my own minitures. Me and my brother have come up with some idea , we want them 28mm the same as the models in GW , anyway i went and brought some "Green Stuff" [Epoxy]today. I have a read a few guides on it , but i still dont know where to start ... any ideas and good fiirst models to have a go at , for a total newb at this


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    Well, you must start with the structure Know what you want to do.

    Check out this magazine. The current issue has some good info of what you want to do:
    http://www.figureinternational.com/E...e/magazine.htm

    Another great website is this:
    http://www.coolminiornot.com/

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    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/1listSculpting/

    This is the definitive mailing list for miniature sculpting. Many of the "big names" in the miniature world read, and sometimes contribute to the list, and it's moderately active, though it tends to go in spurts. The FAQ is full of useful information, and the group is very receptive to questions, as long as they're not already answered in the FAQ, at least.

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    Make a quick wire armature and jump straight in - maybe a do wraith-type cloaked creature - see what this trsuff is with no anatomy to worry about, and a chance to get some smoothing practice without getting bogged down by trousers.

    Everything will stick to everything (the yellow bit will attach to your finger when you mix and the green stuff will love your tool) and the result probably won't be that good.

    Keep with it.

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