I should have read up on it a little more before diving in because I made just about every mistake that you can. I made way too much, it stuck to my sculpting tools and pretty much everywhere else except the figure, and it was full of my fingerprints. Oh and I also probably worked with it way past its prime in an attempt to use all that I had made.
The two resources that i found, after it was too late was Bananking and Dakka Dakka. I used some plastic sculpting tools and my fingers.
So here are the Mantic figures assembled. Some are a little fiddly and the upper bodies don't always fit the torsos so well.
|I was not careful in putting them on the base, they rank up this way.|
|I'm trying to show you how the light shines through the cracks.|
|Crack along the side and back.|
|Way easier to rank up.|
|The worst gap.|
|The orcs all had trouble with their arms.|
So when I checked my green stuff in the morning light, it seemed less smooth and less well done than I remembered. Oh well, it'll just take more practice.
|Tried to get the ribs, but not so successful.|
|I thought the chain mail here was okay.|
|And more mail on the side.|
|Ribs and spine, more successful.|
|Another angle on the ribs.|
|The sausage is supposed to be a braid.|
|Does it look more like a braid here?|
I'm not sure if it's more Thomson or Thompson? At least I tried.