Tuesday, April 22, 2008 8:46:06 PM
It's time to start sanding the figuring. This step takes alot of patience, patience and patience again. For a small figurine like the one I'm using here, it will take 10-14 hours of humidification, concentrated sanding and careful cleaning. Even if you work every evening on the figurine it will still take a whole week, so remember... be patient and relax.Still in three languages (english, german and norwegian). Sorry it took me so long, but I'm still far, far away from being fluent in norwegian. Feel free to leave comments. Takk skal du ha!(my norwegian is powered by my stupid ideas and heinzelnisse.info)
Monday, March 17, 2008 12:07:03 PM
In the second step I now buy the tools and equipment I need. I cut off the some rough parts, deburr the figurine and prepare it for step three. I will try to provide a photo for every step, but some photos might be of poor quality due to the fact that I have only 2 hands.
As promised I'll go on in three languages (english, german and norwegian). I hope you enjoy this part. Feel free to leave comments.The norwegian translation was done by GILLA. Tusen takk!
Monday, March 3, 2008 11:25:24 AM
This is a kind of seperate blog inside my blog. My friends asked me to write a blog about howto grind, assemble and paint a figurine made of resin. I did that for quite a while some years ago, but let down this hobby after I started to work. Now I will give it another try and bought an "ordinary" figure of Motoko Kusanagi as seen in the TV series "Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex".
I will try to provide this blog in 3 languages: english
as it is my blog language, german
for my friends to read it and norwegian
for myself to get some more experience in it. I hope you'll like it (and that it won't take too long for updates).My norwegian is still VERY poor and I would welcome ANY corrections! Takk skal du ha!(my norwegian is powered by my stupid ideas and heinzelnisse.info)