A creative project
More than we would have expected ourselves...
We at ZITERDES are happy to cooperate with YouTubers who are interested in working with our models and documenting their projects on film.
Fred from Creative Cuts is such an example of how someone with a lot of imagination, creativity and courage to experiment, achieved a great result. Sometimes the fun only begins with the purchase of a model and so he simply cut up our "Ruan Monastery Ruin" and adapted it for his project. Fred also used a statue and various model plants from our range in this spectacular model.
We are very convinced of our models and materials and internally a lot of conversions and diorama plates have already been built. The special thing about the larger models is the material hard foam, which can be worked and processed very well. With no other material on the tabletop market do you have soooo many possibilities for remodelling and realising your ideas.
But we wanted to know if others see it the same way, so we wrote to several YouTubers to ask if they would like to try it out.
Here you can see one of the finished projects that particularly impressed us.
Fred from "Creative Cuts" was very taken with the idea and we quickly realised during the email correspondence that the chemistry was right. But what he then conjured up from the "Ruan Monastery Ruin", a statue and some terrain construction material was much more than we had expected.
As stupid as it sounds, it was a pleasure for us to see how Fred cut up the model. Because that is exactly the advantage that makes us so enthusiastic and convinced about this material. The models don't have to be off the peg on the play table, but they can be the inspiration for a work of art, as in Fred's case. The idea alone with the floating tree bark is hard to beat in terms of creativity.
Thank you Fred for the great work!
Sometimes the results are more spectacular than we ourselves would have expected.
The video is really worth watching and we also recommend taking a look at the other projects by "Creative Cuts".
There is much to discover!
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