The moon was just a flat disk I ran off on my filament printer. I coated the front facing surface with a relatively thin and uneven layer of Sculpt-a-mold.
Before this cured I pressed a few different sizes of bottle caps to give me passable craters. Once this had all cured, I painted the surface with a bright orange followed by a wash of very dilute black to bring out the surface texture.
The base was a distorted zodiac circle I printed (you can do that with 3D printers) to accommodate the size of the scene I wished to present being twelve
inches long by six inches wide. I spray painted the surface a medium tan followed by a wash of dilute black to bring out the cravings. I used ground foam glue with a dilute solution of PVA glue for the few green patches scattered across the surface. The dead
tree on the right was an seven inch armature from Woodland Scenics which I painted a medium gray.
So there you have it. This
project took much longer than I had anticipated due to the failed resin prints but it was also a learning experience for me in how to get around that type of problem. 9/13/22