This little piece will be well placed in Ghost Achipelago jungles, in the wasteland of This Is Not A Test and Omega Zones of Scrappers - all games I collect.
- Halloween skeleton hands
- Ice cream sticks
- Cotton string
- Super glue
Step 2: The pole
Chop up some ice cream sticks and glue them together for a beam. Glue it on a base and add some support at the bottom. There's still some fingers left, cut them up to individual small bones. This way they can be rearranged to twist around the middle beam.
Superglue it all in place.
Use ice cream sticks to add some support to the top. The middle beam and top will stay together. I've added four support pieces to the middle and made a 'wheel' on the top as well. The structure will be nice and sturdy. When dry, flip it over and add a wheel to the topside as well.
Step 4: Detailing
Time to add some gruesome details. I've added lots of various skull bits from the bit box. Lots of sacrificed skulls on the base of the bone wheel. And hiding the clumsy joints on the top, with skulls as well.
The last piece of detailing was adding string. I use cotton string from the kitchen, for tying roasts together. It's the perfect size. I've added string to the the middle beam and the top. It does a good job of concealing how the piece looks glued. Giving a much better impression of this being build.
Step 5: Painting
I base coated the entire thing brown. Drybrushed the bone part with a skeleton colour, used another brown on the string and added lots of 'blood for the blood god'. A few pieces of tuft and static grass tops it off.
Wouldn't look out of place in the wasteland. See a tutorial for the fences here.