Okay so alot of times you see photos online of painted minis on someone's computer desk or hobby table with a bunch of clutter or computer keyboard and printer in the background. I have posted my fair share of those myself. So I had an idea to create a way to always have a handy place to snap a quick photo of my current painting or conversion project.
I have decided to make a miniatures photo studio. I will cover this project in several blog posts. Today I will list all of the Materials that I will use along with links to where I got them in case you want to make your own studio.
In addition to the items listed below I will be using some common hobby tools and materials like white glue, a foam cutter, and x-acto knife.
First up is the Scene-A-Rama Large Project Base from Woodland Scenics. The Scene-A-Rama line is marketed from Woodland Scenics for school projects for kids, but it has a lot of small kits that give you everything you need to try a certain technique such as making paster rocks or water effects. I purchased the project base from Hobby Lobby.
Scene-A-Rama Project Base
Custom Menubar with Dropdowns
- RPG Characters
- RPG Figures
- Terrain Projects
- Lord of the Rings
- Warhammer 40,000