Mandalorian Display 2

Mandalorian Display 2

 
I’ve been commissioned to create another Tatooine Display Diorama for a client. This piece 9″ x 8″ x 6″ and will sit beside one I previously built for him.

 

 

Building the Scene

 This piece is made from foamboard, I’ve put together the door frame and the surrounding decor. When it’s dry I’ll start on the door.

 

 
 

Painting the Scene

Mixing watered down filler with sand I have coated this piece. The door I have layered with card to create the design. When the door has dried I can start painting it.

 

A second layer of filler was applied and when it dried I have painted with in the crevasses with a dark brown wash.

 

The door has been given a coat of brown, with a layer of Pewter. The crevasses of the door I have used Games Workshop’s Nuln Oil.

 

When this has dried I will be dry brushing over the surface as I have done with the other pieces.

 

After dry rushing the walls and floor, I’ve painted door controls, the pipe, this piece is now finished.

 

With client already having one display piece, I have placed this next to one similar to his.

 

 

Final Pictures

 

 

Death Star Corridor

Death Star Corridor

Starting a new commission piece, Death Star corridor for Star Wars Black series 6″.

 

 

Building the Scene

 
 

Made of foam board, the corridor will consist of four individual panels and a floor.

 

 

After marking out each panel, I’ve cut out each smaller panel using card and I’m now in the process gluing each piece to the board. I’m using a 3D printed version as a comparison.

 

 

I have cut another set of panels for the first wall section. I’ve added another layer of foam to double the thickness and cut down the floor to the correct size.

 

 

Finished the build on the corridor, when the glue has dried I can start painting this.

 

 

Painting the Scene

 Last night I undercoated with a black, this morning I have base coated with grey.

 

A second coat of grey was applied, when dried I’ve used a dark grey wash to the vents and then painted over the top with a layer of Pewter.

 

 

Final Pictures