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    Old Pj New Base>>>take A Look

    This is a dio base that i put together for my PJ. I also built another one that is supposed to be the side of a berm it is about 10 inches high and 6 inches wide.
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    dio base`

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    Excellent job. He looks like he's rounding the corner to face some serious trouble. Good base for an awesome figure.

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    berm

    it comes up to the chest on a figure....
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    Holy crap! That is friggin sweet! The pose is awesome, you can imagine how fast that guy is running just by the pose!
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    WOW!!!

    Amazing work!

    Please give us some tips on how you made it!

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    That is great!
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    Very sweet!!!

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    MVSpartan: Basically i just used regular styrofoam for the base and walls. i covered the walls with wall spackle (used to fill holes in walls found at home depot or lowes) and celluclay for the base (found at michaels). If you use a little ater on the spackle it helps it smooth on better. While the base was still wet i added all of the debris (rocks, other parts of broken up styrofoam etc). Once it dried (the celluclay takes a while to dry 2 days). After it was dry I airbrushed vallejo paint (Iraqi sand) for the base and used Tamiya "Buff" to help highlight the ridges. i also added some pieces of coat hanger to simulate rebar in the walls and weathered that a bit to simulate rust.

    As for the wood base i picked it up at michaels to and added stain, be sure to tape off the base so you don't get any crap on it.

    If you have any other questions let me know.

    I have picked up a lot of tips here on the site. Our own board member cracktroop was the one that started me on this kick.

    Thanks again.

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    that so hot!!!

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    WHOOOO BONKERS !
    Killer work payneja .

    Nice to see a lefty too .
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    Phhhht! leftys! Everyone knows they are both mentally and physically inferior!

    Oh cool fig

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    Very nice!
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