字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Tim Martin: Okay so today we're going to mold and finish this Anubis head and what I want to do is because this is going to end up being a one-time use hard object, I'm going to eventually cast it out of rigid foam, but I'm also going to do a hard mold on top of it. You do have a small window of opportunity as this plaster is setting up, because it does set up fast, to actually almost kind of pseudo sculpt your wall, like I said pinching your fingers together and kind of creating a 90-degree angle, but the firmer it gets, the easier it is to do that and then all of a sudden it will get really hard and then you're done. It goes from an opaque and then when it starts to kick off, it becomes clear again before it starts to rise. That's a good indication, when you know this is going to go off, is when it starts to clear up again. Constantly rotating it will keep kind of let gravity work with you. Now we're out of the paint booth and I've done several layers of spray paints and what I want to get into is some metallic dry brushing and then some washes, and then some dry brushing, and then some detailed painting, so I kind of go back and forth. First thing I want to do is, I want to do some dry brushing on this to make it a little bit more gold and a little brighter on the high points. The reason I've decided to go with grey and not black is because I figure also this black is very, very clean pristine color and I want this to look old so may be the original black is faded into a dark grey. It'll probably still read as black but I never really use white or black when I'm painting anything. It just seems so obvious as a paint job. If you feel like you can back over at it again with washes, you can go back over it again with some of the gold, bring out some of the highlights, but I think that I'm very happy with the end result.