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Thread: TM's Cave: Update Nov 11th.
January 14th, 2010 #1
TM's Cave: Update Nov 11th.
Hi everybody I've decided to round up all my efforts in this one thread and keep updating it.
My aim is become a pro sculptor and document my journey here.
I have learned so much from the community here on CA, Thankyou for having me.
Here are links to my previous CA threads, and competitions, any updates to links I will post here.
Making threads 101
Enjoy your visit, feed back appreciated
(kept this one brief to easily update title/thumbnail)
Last edited by TeaMonster; November 11th, 2010 at 05:50 AM. Reason: Links/Thumbnail
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So I haven't posted work up for a while here's why....
The following is a cool project I, and my good friends Judite Brandao and Aaron Wood have been working on.
It is hopefully to appear in the Halo fan film 'Operation Chastity'. You can follow the project here; http://operationchastity.com/
We are working on a prop gun know as the Covenant Carbine.
We are now onto the casting stage but I'd like to share the progress with you..
January 14th, 2010 #3
Hi Tea Monster
Great to see you back again, This is completely awesome dudette!! I love the designs of Halo and its also an awesome game to play, This is gonna be quite insane when you are finished.
..Oh and your so good at giving us photo's of the process, I for one really appreciate that
January 15th, 2010 #4
I'm a big fan of using the Uni-Thread, mainly because i dont post enough and forget how to. (and its a good way of looking back over my own progress and remembering tips and tricks I've learned)
Technical and futuristic sculpts are another element i'll be looking to add to my list of sculpting styles to try, so looking forward to your updates.
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Great updates Jo! I can't wait for people to see the finished result.
P.S. I just thought, we should've made a tea tally chart for the amount we drank whilst working on this. We must've broken more than a few records. Damn.
January 17th, 2010 #6
January 17th, 2010 #7
ewww I hate this rifle in the game, I never kill anything with it. But it is pretty sweet that you're going to use it as a prop.
question tho, where's the trigger on this thing? I've always wondered..
January 18th, 2010 #8
I still love your illustrations.
My first thought was - wow what a spaceship! (Keep that in mind if someone says it doesnt look like a weapon....)
January 18th, 2010 #9
:-) That thing is Hooooge!
So, where will your imagination take you today?...
February 23rd, 2010 #10
Update Feb 23rd
Hi guys, sorry it's been awhile enjoy...
Aseyngel Thankyou. Yeh it kinda looks like the mass effect citadel ship, if ya squint your eyes a little.
Darkwulf So true, I could do with a bigger workshop!
Some black and whites to show the sculpt clearer.
February 23rd, 2010 #11
February 23rd, 2010 #12
Yeah you can paint flowcoat straight onto damp clay.
When the flowcoat/resin is dry the clay can be picked out and washed off. Leaving you with a plastic like shell.
Heres the way I lay my fibreglass, it works out pretty cheap and is really strong. Ideal for support jackets that need to last a long time. Hope it make sense!
Also the following is a product description from my supplier:
An Isophthalic Flowcoat for brush application. It has been carefully formulated to give excellent brushing properties. The thixotropy has been adjusted to minimise sag on inclined and vertical surfaces.
Approved by Lloyd’s register of shipping for use in construction of reinforced plastic craft under their survey, and is widely used in the marine and construction industry's.
Wax is added for a tack free surface, commonly used on Boats, Roofs, and other outside surfaces.
Condition Flowcoat at 18 - 20 degress C prior to use, this will ensure a good coverage, if you want to lower the viscosity of the mix to help elimate brush marks add a little resin, but by doing this you may change the shade if you have ordered a colour and you will also effect the properties of the Flowcoat.
Check out their site here, lots of info; http://www.ecfibreglasssupplies.co.u...t/default.aspx
February 23rd, 2010 #13
Really? Really??! - not heard of Flowcoat before. I've always sealed the clay with vinyl of some sort and gone on with gelcoat. but of course then, there is a risk (been ok so far... touchwood) that it'll inhibit and all go horribly wrong
Moisture tollerant fibreglass resin sounds too good to be true