New terrain leads to fear. Fear leads to practice. Practice leads to success. OK, so maybe that’s not exactly how Yoda said it but the mantra still holds true for us builder-folk. Our growing library of Egyptian paint schemes is really starting to make multi-color pieces come to life. Let’s see how our RPG board has upped its game.
New terrain environments often spawn new hobbyist techniques. Your RPG-churning mind becomes much more open to experimentation which often leads to an adrenaline-style knowledge gain. That’s where this week’s post comes in – Ben learned a great new taping technique that makes straight paint lines a snap. Let’s see how he did it.
As our comfort factor rises with this Egyptian terrain, we’re going outside the box this week and crafting our own unique piece. Doors aren’t as straight forward in this particular Hirst Arts environment so Ben and Enygma had to think outside the box to get their desired entry results. Hop on our backs and see how we tried to tie everything together in this unique challenge.
Hip, hip hooray! A true master color scheme is taking hold. Certain parts of our Egyptian terrain pieces now have assigned colors. And that makes for a speedier overall process. Let’s see what’s on the paint detail docket for this week.