This stuff is fantastic although it does have its problems, I'll start of with the negative -
That's it really for the negatives, the positives speak for themselves! You can see how good the tree looks in the image.
I'll be making a YouTube tutorial on making this particular tree with these materials but here is a quick breakdown:
Well that's it, This technique has been used many times before however it's usually made using furnace filter. Now the Australian have a shot at making great looking pine trees :)
Stay tuned for the video :)
It's been nearly two weeks since I last made any updates to the website and my YouTube channel, partly due to work but also my daughter came home with a cold which was passed on to my wife a few days later and then found it's way to me!!
You can get an idea from the photo above, I'm just finishing up a new video showing a very simple yet effective way of making realistic looking hay bales. I just finished filming the build process and now it's just a matter of doing the editing.
And while I was feeling unwell I decided to build a model kit I recently purchased. I'm a total novice when it comes to airbrushing and I plan to do some weathering on my $300 locomotives so I took a chance with this Millennium Falcon. It's the new Bandai 144th scale kit from "The Force Awakens", it's actually quite amazing at how much detail this thing has at such a small scale.
It shouldn't be too much longer before the "Hay Bale" video is finalized and posted, it will be quite a short video, it's probably the easiest tutorial I've done so far and for the end result its quite amazing that such a simple method gives such an amazing final product!