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How to... get realistic Water Effects?

How to convert or sculpt a miniature? How to make a decent base or even a full diorama?!

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Postby KingUlrikFlamebeard » 16 May 2006, o 22:17

Well not a new photo I am afraid, though the painting is complete. But I have a UK online site for the Woodland Scenics stuff if anyone cares;

http://www.ecscenics.co.uk/


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Postby Scragglefoot » 23 Aug 2006, o 02:10

hi there the hobbycraft store near me sells it so guessing most of them do here the link
http://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/ bout ?10 a bottle me thinks

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Postby pucis » 26 Aug 2006, o 20:37

Does you have experiences with Vallejo Water Effect? Some of czech painters told me a thin film of the GW water efect is go dry for 24 hours. I need to do a 5 mm level of water and I do not want to do it by several layers of GW water. I want take a water effect, fill a place should be a water in one moment and wait even only one day to dry it. I hope you will understand my czech english.
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Postby -MattCexwish- » 27 Aug 2006, o 03:03

http://www.coolminiornot.com/131408 ...

If you like my humble efforts, let me know...:)...

It is not finished 100%ly, because I planned water and foam on the top... waves and so on... and I know, how to do that...
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Postby Trovarion » 27 Aug 2006, o 08:01

no we don't like it, just let us know what water you used...

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Postby pucis » 27 Aug 2006, o 09:43

And what did you use for water effect? Vallejo, GW, WS or something else?
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Postby Demi_morgana » 27 Aug 2006, o 11:57

I'd also really like to learn more about creating water effects - I want to purchase this vallejo stuff and some theoretical backgroung would be more then necessary :)
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Postby Cyberpaddy66 » 3 Jun 2008, o 17:59

-MattCexwish- wrote:http://www.coolminiornot.com/131408 ...

If you like my humble efforts, let me know...:)...

It is not finished 100%ly, because I planned water and foam on the top... waves and so on... and I know, how to do that...


I saw that a while back and I almost cried :shock: Blown away does not really do it justice :clap:
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