These figures turned up in their sturdy, dark blue boxes, each adorned with the boxart painted by Ki Yeol Yoon and are part of the ever growing Trigger series.
As always parts are contained within ziplock bags and nestled between layers of foam. These are 75mm (1/24 scale) miniatures digitally sculpted by Joo Heum Yoon and cast in high quality polyurethane resin.
SCULPT AND CAST
LOTS OF TEXTURED DETAILING
Firstly, sculpt and cast is amazing. Both miniatures are full of intricate and crisp detailing...
We are all aware of the popularity of the products from Nuts Planet alongside Trigger using 3D sculpting.
Recently released was of course a rather dangerous looking female in the shape of our review subject , she was announced here on PF
We all know that is amongst one of the companies that has made such an impact into our miniature world working with top sculptors and equally the top painters we all admire the skills of amongst these we have from Nuts Planet Myeon-Ha Hwang and a new painter to them a rather talented lady painter she is of course Pepa Saavedra
Both have their own styles and we shall see how they painted the bust later on ....either way it will be a burs...
The last, fifth part of the adventure with the project "Humanoid". I spent a lot of time with him. I invite you to watch.
Now I had to prepare very small detail. Butterfly who sat on the weathered, great robot hand. Butterfly designed for me, my five year old daughter. It was a big fun :)
I decided to improve this project :) The easiest way was to find drawings of butterflies in the Google search engine. These drawings I've moved to MS Word. For this purpose, I used metodu CTRL + C and CTRL + V....
The end of this project is getting closer. I was able to paint the figurine of the dog and put it already on the diorama. This time it will be a short "step by step" but I hope you will like it. It was my first in my life using a NMM (Non Metallic Metal) technique. Clumsy but the end result is satisfactory for me.
At the beginning I remind some pictures from the process of assembling dog figurine.
To paint left me only the robot and the final touches of details. See you in the last fifth part...
The next SBS part of mini-diorama from Nuts Planet - "HUMANOID". This time, I focused on the huge robot hand. It will be the main element of the whole scene. Painting it was great fun with weathering. The whole took me about 7 hours. Enjoy watching :)
The photos were also shoot at different types of lighting. Hence the apparent differences in color. Please also read these few words between photos and click on links to other articles because they complement the whole. I hope that this w...