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    Compactor Scene

    Hi everyone! I still have more work to do on this and more debris to add. Here is what I have so far.

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    OOOOOHHHHHHHHHHHHH, I like, looks really good, what else do you have to do to it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookymufu View Post
    OOOOOHHHHHHHHHHHHH, I like, looks really good, what else do you have to do to it?
    Thanks! I still have to put more garbage in there and different kinds of garbage, plus some paint work. There should be more garbage built up along the side walls and I need a little more in the front.

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    Wow! What did you use for the water?
    http://forum.rebelscum.com/t1088761-3/#post19142262Updated Endor Diorama! Love how this has turned out!


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    Very impressive and yes what did you use for the water?
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    I agree with the above approval, and would also like to know what you used to simulate the watery murk. I like the walls, too. Very well done, sir.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DagMarus View Post
    Wow! What did you use for the water?
    Thanks everyone! I really appreciate it. I used RealisticWater. It comes in 16oz containers and dries hard. I added a beige acrylicpaint to color it. I added too much on my base layer and it came out too dark.The base is actually clear acrylic and I thought it would be cool to lookunderneath the diorama and see the monster and everyone’s feet, but it came out toodark. You have to poor the Realistic Water in 1/8" increments and it takesabout 24 hours to cure each layer. Everything in the water is now stuck there.

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    Great work m8
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    Quote Originally Posted by dinix View Post
    Great work m8
    Hey thanks dinix!

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    nice job!
    will give the realisticwater a try and see if I can do something like this.
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