Any chance you could show us how you make those really nice explosion effects for Rivet Wars? I don't know how you get the inside of the cotton balls painted as well as the outside.
Unfortunately, I don't have a tutorial for the explosions; I didn't take any photos as I was working. The entire explosion was just spray-painted; the insides don't really get hit with the paint.
Your work is fantastic! Would you mind explaining just how you cut the individual stone effect into the foam, as used in your buildings?
Thanks, David! I show how the stone work is done in the Halloween Terrain tutorial: http://robhawkinshobby.blogspot.com/2014/10/halloween-terrain-tutorial.html
Nice tutorials!I like the rocks and especially the effect that the neon signs make.The simple stairs looks good too, but I don't have permission to look at the tutorial. Is that on purpose? Or is the link broken?
Thanks! I think the link was broken for the Stairs tutorial. I fixed it so it should be working now. I've also added the Halloween Terrain tutorial from last month at the top. I appreciate the heads up on the broken link!
Thanks, good you fixed the link. I will tell you if something else is wrong :)Good tutorial by the way. I like the ability of miniatures standing on the stairs without having gigantic steps.
Hi Rob, I love the flagstone tutorial and wondered how you you tackle cobblestones?
Hi Kieran! I've seen wallpaper that has a nice "cobblestone" texture, but haven't been able to find any recently, so I haven't made any "proper" cobblestone streets. I usually go with flagstone because it looks nice and is easier to make with simple materials.
Hi Rob. I came across your work by absolute luck as I was looking for a way to make a pipe melee weapon from last of us and your pipe tutorial was perfect.. thank you whole heartedly :) You are an inspiration and looking at your work has made me want to start making this sort of creative art.. I've never done it before, but I'll be sure to follow your work for guidance :)