Hello everyone, and welcome to yet another tutorial about bases. I will here try to sum up the technique I’ve…
Realistic rocky formations for terrain and dioramas, quick and with cheap materials.
Printing, cleaning up, coating and painting small scale figures.
Pimp your Japanese retinue with hand-made banners and flags!
From a dead bonsai, to a gargantuan centerpiece for a forest table.
Tricks and tips to paint on a thin Stucco surface.
Getting covered in white dust is so fun!
How to carry your minis around with style.
Planning and shaping an overly ambitious building.
Because plaster is a b**ch.
Who doesn’t want one? Or a few dozens?
Interlacing wooden parts with precision and ease.
By far the best way to spend countless hours on your bases.
More developements and applications for the corrugated metal panels. Including resin casts!
Metal meshes in many forms and sizes, made -almost- like the real thing.
A good way to combine laser-cut, resin and plaster sculpting.
Quick methods for islands, rocks and mesas for small scale wargaming.
Showcasing my glass technique and spare resin parts in a small diorama.
Transversal use of modelling materials to create one of the most believable stained glass effects around.
Since I’ve been asked so many times about this, here’s a first tutorial on silicone and resin casting without fancy tools.
A generic experiment on concrete and painting OSL for my sci-fi models.
Here’s a few tricks for sculpting bricks on polyurethane foam. Tool making advices too.
Building a sander tool with leather and wood.
The basic technique i adopted for countless projects, starting from a reference image to the cast piece.
A 101 tutorial for anyone learning to work with plaster.
Painting resin-sculpted tiles with washes and dirty tricks.
A short tutorial on plaster sculpting and tiles.
The follow-up of the concrete street tutorial, with tips for painting and to prevent MDF warping.
A best-selling tutorial for concrete roads. A simple technique with a great outcome.