I am aware that not everyone who reads this blog likes to make terrain as much as I do. I am also aware that many (most?) of you don’t even own Hirst Arts molds. That’s cool. I try and keep the arts & crafts stuff easy and attainable because that’s how I like my projects. Plus I’m hoping someone tries one of my easy projects, and discovers how much fun, and how much awesome, terrain is.
So that’s usually. Usually the projects I talk about are not complicated or “advanced.” However, today I am going to talk about an advanced project I did, and where I screwed up. I apologize to those of you who are not interested in the subject; perhaps some sense of Schadenfreude will keep you reading. I promise to try and make it as entertaining as possible. Continue reading