TH0319 Rhonda Bender - Bones FAQs Live: How to Prep, Assemble, Paint, and Store
"Do you have Bones figures? Do you have questions about how best to work with your Bones figures? Rhonda Bender has answers! Learn how to deal with pesky mold lines, reshape bent parts, fill gaps, apply washes directly to unpainted Bones, protect your precious paint jobs, and more. Rhonda will demonstrate the most useful tools, materials, and techniques for working with these inexpensive and durable plastic figures.
If you want to try to follow along and practice during the session, the following are the items that will be demonstrated. Don’t worry if you don’t have all or any of these! Part of the point of the class is to give you a chance to see the tools in action so you can decide which you might like to buy to get the best out of your Bones figures.
A Bones skeleton and/or any figure with areas of feather, scale, or fur textures
A classic Bones figure with mold lines
A Bones Black figure with mold lines
A Bones miniature with a gap (space between where a limb/head meets a torso or similar)
Isopropyl alcohol/ Hobby knife and/or scalpel
Sanding sticks and/or fine diamond files
Golden molding paste OR Liquitex modeling paste OR Vallejo Plastic Putty OR Games Workshop Liquid Greenstuff
Cyanoacrylate glue (‘superglue’)
Two part epoxy sculpting putty (greenstuff, Procreate, Milliput, etc.)
9107 Reaper Brush-on Sealer OR any brand matte medium or glaze medium
A few acrylic paints
A palette (or plastic plate)
A brush or two and some rinse water
Rhonda Bender is the author of the latest Reaper Learn to Paint kit series, and the Bones FAQs information available on the Reaper website and included with Bones 4 Kickstarter fulfillment."
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