View Full Version : Advice on submerging a Wrastler?
10-21-2011, 12:46 PM
Does anyone have any advice or picture examples of a submerged Wrastler? I just recently picked up a second one and to differentiate him I was thinking of submerging him. Only use his top half. I was thinking about shaving a bit of the front bottom of his torso off so that he would be leaning forward more like he's lunging out of the water.
I would put in water effects and all that jazz which always turns out quite nicely so I'm not worried about that part but does anyone know if having the model so close to the ground would look bad? Would it look really silly being so low to the table? Does anyone have pictures of having done such a thing?
10-21-2011, 02:30 PM
i don't know anyone who has tried it, but I think it would be cool if you took the head only and modeled it to look like an aligator just floating on the surface.
10-21-2011, 03:26 PM
I like the head idea a lot! My one bit of advice would be to include a tree sticking out of the water or something to show the Wrastler's height (were he to be standing on the base), so that he's still effectively represented by the model.
I think it would be an effective look in Blindwater, but I do worry that if a lot of your models weren't at least partially submerged, it may not fit... It would be strange to have a bunch of gatormen just walking around, but somehow the gigantic heavy beast has found a puddle to hide in.
10-21-2011, 04:00 PM
I would maybe only submerge him up to the knees, that way he would still look fairly large and he would be different from your other one.
10-21-2011, 04:20 PM
I have used Wrong Eye and Snapjack since Mk1.
I got the parts and but the heads off , made a deep base by cutting out the bottom.
Put a plastic sheet in the bottom, put the heads in and filled it with water effects..
That may be more than you plan, but it is the same idea...
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