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Subject: Forge World Resin 40K Roads - Custom 90° Turns- Project complete and all road sections fully painted
Forge world never made any sharp 90° turns or Junctions... and I want some.
So I decided I'd make some using blue milk.
Molding process and casting...
Don't drink the Blue Milk...
Cutting and shaping the new 90° turns and 90° T-junctions
90° turns are cut and stuck together as pictured above.
the T-junctions have a 1.5 inch bit chopped off the end and then placed into a notch at the side...
The gaps were filled with milliput, and a few minor details like cats eyes were added using instamold.
Base coating with black and grey spray paint.
heavy base coat of 'army painter - matt black primer'
The edges were then masked and given a coat of 'army painter - uniform grey'
I then dusted 'army painter - uniform grey' from about 1' above the roads.
First Section of road painted.
This is the colour scheme.
I'm painting the roads in a production line format.
My seven original roads are also getting a new coat of paint at the same time so that they all match.
And I'm done for the day...
Loads of edits mostly to keep this first post tidy!
Adding better photos of the casting and cutting.. and adding progress as it happens.
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yeah, I completed the paint job and gave the sections three coats of varnish to protect during games. gloss, satin, mat... They should hopefully hold up to tanks rumbling around on top of them with getting scratched
This set up used almost all my road sections... I might get tempted to cast some more. (I have the mold... why not!)
And some test shots playing around with some vehicles.
All done for now!
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