40K Bunker Tutorial

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This Tutorial is great for making a simple warhammer 40,000 bunker.
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  40K Bunker Tutorial Welcome to the second in my scenery tutorial series. This time were going to build a 40K style bunker. The tutorial willinclude the following tasks: ã Planning the model ã The materials involved ã The build. ã Painting, Texturing and WeatheringMusic to work by (Very important this)! I always listen to different styles of music while sculpting and modeling 40Kand out roll slipknot – soil – taproot - fear factory and similar.OK so onto the build, yank up the music and lets get cracking! This is the goal....good modeling!Planning the model: ã The Initial Sketch, sketch out your basic designs, at this stage you don't need to worry about dimensions just putdown the basic shape, or if your copying a magazine or something else make sure you keep it handy.My pathetic sketch!  Size, as they say is actually important! Most miniatures are 3cm ish in height, bare this in mind when planningthe model, you try walking up steps that are 2 meters high!ã Time to get your idea into a usable plan. I use grid paper but anything will do. Remember those dimension, keepone of your figures nearby to lay next to the two dimensional plan, (I use an old chaos marine I've had for years….Freds his name, and he stars in a lot of my work) anyway's……the last thing you need is to have your model unableto see through the murder holes!ã At this stage the more observant of you will have noticed that I have apparently missed of the roof! You will seewhy a bit later! For now cut out the basic structural shape and place to one sideã That's about all the actual paper work you need to do, the fun of modeling is how organic it is, don't restrict your work with complete schematic plans, get the basic sizes down and leave it at that, the rest is down to your imagination.The dimension of my model are:Front: 10cm Wide x 6cm HighSide: 7.5cm Wide x 6cm HighMay be obvious but remember to make 2 sets, front and back! The materials involved (most of them)  For this build I'm going to use two primary materials: ã Art Board (I bought 5 decent size sheets for £6.00 ($11.00 from my local art supply store, more than enoughfor 10 – 15 model projects) ã ¾ inch high density foam, this is a little more difficult to source, insulation material is made from this,however blue foam is just as good and can be bought direct from the internet, type in blue foam, or highdensity foam into the following Google search box to find a supplier near you.The other products I use are ã PVA Glue (Hobby or art store, very cheap) ã Blackboard Black paint is the best, but any black paint will do. ã Hot wire cutter (Mine is a games workshop model) ã Games workshop fine grade flock. ã Modeling Mulch, A mixture of different grade of flock, sand and small rubble. ã Balsa Wood (Any hobby shop) ã Knife (Very sharp) ã GW Scorched Brown, for making the grass muddy) ã Shadow Gray (For first dry brush coat) ã Fortress Gray (For second dry brush coat) ã Skull White (For final highlight dry brush coat) ã Boltgun Metal (For the door and escape hatch) ã Resin plaster, plaster of Paris or reconstituted stone (Stocked at any hobby store)That's it, once you have these product you will be able to make around 60_ of the models and structures included inthe following tutorials and master classes.Kit of parts:You now have enough parts to assemble the basic bunker shape, but before you get gluing lets add a little modelingmagic!Your bunker would look a little boring with basic flat sides, you will notice on the photo of the finished article the wallslook as though their covered in battle damage and bullet holes, to get this effect is really simple.Art board is made up of a sandwich of low density foam placed between two thin sheets of card, by removing one of the sheets of card we have a surface that is easy to weather. Peel of one side of all your kit parts.ã Peel of one layer of card, leaving one layer to add stiffness to the finished model.  A full kit of partsGet your modeling knife and dig out small holes and generally mess up your walls. If you run your knife around in acircle at a 45 degree angle you will get very realistic shell and bullet holes.
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