Help support TMP

The Return of Homo Erectus & Glyptodon

Homo Erectus (5)
Product #
Suggested Retail Price
£4.00 GBP

Product #
Suggested Retail Price
£6.00 GBP


Back to Workbench

DJD Miniatures Fezian writes:

Hi Combatpainter, I'm not familiar with the wet gauze technique. Do you mean a plaster mixed with gauze, sort of like a cast for a broken leg? I've tried regular plaster mixed with gauze before and not been happy with the strength of the final piece. Although using dental plaster with gauze should up the strength considerably.
All-in-all I'm happy with the multi step approach we used for this piece as it gives a lot of chances to adjust and sculpt the terrain.

Revision Log
30 November 2007page first published

Areas of Interest

Science Fiction

Featured Hobby News Article

Top-Rated Ruleset

Hail Caesar

Rating: gold star gold star gold star gold star gold star gold star gold star 

Featured Showcase Article

Cheap Buys: Hot Wheels Invader

Need an armored car in 15mm or 20mm, but don't have a lot of cash?

Featured Workbench Article

Tony Builds and Paints a Khang Robot

Tony shows how he puts together and paints a Flash Gordon-inspired sci-fi pulp robot.

Featured Profile Article

Gen Con So Cal 2006 Report

Personal logo Wyatt the Odd Supporting Member of TMP Fezian reports from the final California Gen Con...

Featured Link

3,075 hits since 30 Nov 2007
©1994-2021 Bill Armintrout
Comments or corrections?

As I promised, here is the second miniatures set which DJD Miniatures painted for TMP - same minis as before, but without the diorama.

Photo blocked by adult filter:
"Second set of miniatures"

As DJD Miniatures Fezian explains, the second set is painted slightly differently:

The non-display-base Cavemen are a bit higher-contrast painting style, and the non-display-base Armadillo is more brownish. Did that to give you some variety when you use these figures in your games.

This was a fun set to work on. Hope you like them!

The figures arrived without added bases - the resin Glyptodon has terrain molded into the model, and the Homo Erecti (sp?) have large cast-on rectangular bases. However, for storage purposes, I decided to mount all of them on steel bases (for storage on magnet-lined shelves).