Hi All, Part 1
Fallout T-45 Power Armour dio completed.
The dio depicts a BOS (Brotherhood of Steel) soldier taking a break after finding a nice stash of items.
Recipe - The armour is from Funko and I pulled it apart and repositioned the arms and legs and then super glued them back on. I instead of using putty I used a mix of PVA glue 30% and Plasticine 70% and applied it to the joints, I use this on my military models as it's a cheaper way of filling gaps etc especially for static figure diorama's.
The mix once dry is pliable and shrinks and stretches with the heat and cold which is great especially for high humidity area's like where I live.
I used plastic card, electrical cable and 1/72 scale military parts for the greeblies and the hands I used a set of Gundam hands as they look the part for the armour.
The laser rifle came with the figure and the head is from DAMTOYS German officer figure and I removed the officers cap and added the PVA glue and Plasticine mix to the top of the head and then used this pleather to make the head cover.
Base - is thick high density foam cut and sanded to shape and the porch and steps were made using balsa wood. The ground work is a mix of sand, PVA glue and spakfilla and applied and the foliage is from MiniNatur.
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