I tried to add some variety in the musculature and as my terracota ran out I also finished up my white clay too. It was starting to dry out anyway so abit of kneeding with some water added revived it enough to get to this stage.
The first completed wall and I think I'm not mistaken when I say the clay drying has managed to warp the frame a bit.
I'm hoping that once it's afixed between the Capillary Towers they will hold it in place a bit more but at this stage that one magnet is looking less effective than when it was just the plastic frame on it's own.
Yet more progress.
The first completed wall [again].
The first completed wall [and again].
Another wall, just some horizontal bits to do at the base now.
And the same on the front is needed too.
It all seems a bit random but it needs to be done and I haven't time to come up with something better. I've already compromised the vision so we'll just have to hope the paint job willlift the end result.
Don't get me wrong, there's some interesting work here but this isn't something I'm relishing doing. I'll be happy at it's completion but that will be the reward, the construction process is just less pleasurable than the finished article.
So the race is nearly done, I think I'll make it with time to spare.
Those really look cool man - glad to see you pressing on with it, it's going to look absolutely fantastic once it's all put together. Keep up the great work!ReplyDelete
Having finally dry-fit them I then had to do a small amount of cutting back of the clay and even some of the plasticard core on a few so they could fit in with the Capillary Towers. The magnets are prctically useless now due to the weight of the clay and it may be that when I run it I won't actually use them except for Tournaments, they're just more trouble than they're worth. But yeah, it had to be done, thanks!Delete
They look fab Dave.ReplyDelete
It just never ends! xDReplyDelete
Good job! :D