“Everything hard work has its reward, our water well is ready!“
A veces las cosas terminan de forma extraña. Cuando empezamos a hacer el pozo, solo estábamos probando una idea para esculpir piedra redondeada. Finalmente el experimento se ha convertido en el Pozo que os hemos mostrado a lo largo de los artículos “Escenografía: Pozo“, “Pozo II” y”Pozo III“.
Pero aún nos faltaba un poco de trabajo para terminarlo definitivamente antes de terminarlo así que nos pusimos a ello.
Sometimes a work doesn´t finish as you think at the beginign. When we started with the water well, we were trying to sculp a round brick wall. Afther tree articles, “Scenery: Water well“, “Water well II” and “Water well III” we have finished it!
Observando la peana nos dimos cuenta de que era un poco grande y sosa, así que decidimos hacer algún elemento para acompañar, un barreño. Probamos distintas formas de hacerlo, tanto con Super Sculpey Firm como con Masilla verde.
Our base looked a little bit dull. For that reason we decided sculpt a washing bowl. We tried diferent ways to sculp it with Sper Sculpey Firm and green stuff clay.
It was really hard could sculpt all sides, we needed star again several times!
Finally we got it!. Besides we add metal strips as we did with the crates in the article “Scenery: Chest II“.
All pieces was scultped so, we glued them. We realize that the area betwen the water well body and base was so big, we filled it with green stuff.
Finally we add green in the main body.
Fine details are so important to us, so we put small stones in the base.
We must to sculpt a new hanger, because the old has been broken. With a wire was so easy do a new one.
The water well ready to be painted!
Afther four articles, could be look imposible complicate much with the water well, but we found a way to do it! We going to tell you the next time!
We hope that you like our Water well, it looks a great small scenery to play Warhammer Fantasy, Mordheim (Empire in flames) and 1650 A Capa y Espada.