Oct 31 is the DioWarriors Store anniversary. So we decided what can be more fun than to eat Halloween candy and have a chance to win a DioWarriors prop than to have a contest. So here it is, the first DW Contest.
The theme shall be "DioWarriors" -- specifically a photo with a visible DioWarriors prop. The photo to be uploaded to the DioWarriors group on Facebook with the hashtag #DWOCT2016
One winner will be selected to receive a DioWarriors prototype prop. The name of the winner will be selected from a randomizing program: we will write a computer program that will randomly pull the winner's name from the list of contestants. The program will run precisely at midnight, Oct 31 CST. There will be one name per person, so you can submit many photos for the contest, but your name will only be entered once into the list.
For complete rules, please visit Contest Rules.
Using a surfacer to texture surfaces is commonplace with fine scale model building. But the same techniques can be used with 3D Printed parts. If Mr. Hobby line of paint is available in your area, look for Mr. Surfacer. There are three levels of thickness, with 500 being the most rough, and 1200 being the smoothest.
This is the second time we discuss Mr. Surfacer. For the previous topic, check out this article:
Thanks to the people at Scale War Machines for this video:
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