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|Author :||plinth country|
|Categories :||1- Language, 3- Sceneries, Display bases, EN, Sci-fi|
This time I want to share with you my way of creating sci-fi display base or to be more specific – plinth.
Please note the article is only the first part of whole text: although miniature is nearly done whole this preparing-photos business, uploading them and assembling the text is pretty time consuming (well at least in my case ). So much that I decided to divide the text into 2 parts.
During time spent in hobby I painted many of futuristic / science fiction models but some time ago I realised I have never built display base which could be used for contest purposes. Therefore I opened bits box, chose a model to re-base, grabbed the camera and you can see results of my work below.
I decided to write it step-by-step so it’s as clear and easy as possible