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    Ali Dogan SayinerAli Dogan Sayiner
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    Here I made a tutorial on working with lasercut cardstock buildings. Basic efects you can apply, some painting etc.

    This new product soon will be on my store. Good thing about this product is you can create custom ruins.

    Cut where you want.

    And build them.

    Use a tool to clip desired areas.

    I use a blade to erode clipped parts.

    You can even tear some parts to give your very own effects.

    Do same to other building.

    Here come another new product . Floors to destroy!

    Make erosions

    Then place them where you want.

    Now I will make a separate base for one of the destroyed buildings. To do this I’m using my grid base product.

    I check where I need to cut.

    Then I’m making a bed to place the ruined building on the base.

    I use cardstock sprue parts.

    I use foil to create texture with plaster. I will use them as rubble on the floor.

     

    I primed them with a non-special primer.

    Then did a very basic airbrushing with a darker color.

    And little dry brushing.

    That’s all and requires basic skills.

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    #132002
    MikeMike
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    Interesting foil and plaster.

    #132003
    Darkest Star GamesDarkest Star Games
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    Ok, that’s really cool, having the walls designed to make 2 ruined buildings at once, as well as the tin foil rubble technique.  Nicely done!

    "I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."

    #132012
    telzy ambertelzy amber
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    The foil and plaster is a great idea. As is two destroyed buildings from one kit. Good stuff

    #132080
    ian pillayian pillay
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    Excellent tutorial. Thanks for sharing!

    Tally-Ho!

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