Today I paid a visit to a fellow gamer of our wargaming club, Geraldo, one of the pioners of wargaming here in Brasil.
The main purpose of my visit there, after a long trip to the city where he lives, on the outskirts of Curitiba, was to learn from him how to use silicon rubber and resin for modelling.
Still, I took some time to take a good look around and check his amazing collection of miniatures. The amount and quality of the stuff he has gathered throughout the years is unbelievable.
Here are some pics:
The stuff I liked the most are his custom made terrain pieces. They are simply beautiful:
Now, that beauty deserves an additional pic:
I was also happy to know that its not just my painting desk that gets, uh... a little messy and chaotic...
Anyway, my host was extremely patient and nice, and walked me through using silicon rubber to make 2 part moulds, as well as how to use resin on the moulds.
I also found out there is a place that sells Plasticard here in my city, so now I guess I have everything I need to start modelling my own designs for spaceships!
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