ReturnMATT SONNATI AND MONTANA COLORS IN THE MODEL-MAKING WORLD
Model-making expert Matt Sonnati also uses Montana Colors technology to shape his miniature universes.
When a creative tool is effective, its possibilities are multiplied by the infinite ways that human creativity develops. Specifically, there is a whole universe of crafts that we had barely set our eyes upon, until now. And it’s thanks to the virtuoso Matt Sonnati.
Simple as War is the name of the blog run by this materials scientist, who is fond of model-making of all kinds — using wood, laser cutting, and crafting miniatures. On his website he offers a complete guide to his constructions, publishing them as tutorials in order to share his skills with the public, spark inspiration and maybe even some admiration.
It’s because of his testimony that we could see for ourselves that many of the products developed by Montana Colors are very useful tools for this type of hobby. And we aren’t just talking about 94 paint, which offers a huge range of colors that are perfectly suited for reproducing miniature nature scenes. One of the most common examples is the MTN PRO Paint Stripper that Sonnati uses to smooth the residual textures of the 3D printing process.
It’s really interesting, and even poetic, to see how our products — which were initially conceived to give color to our environment — become very useful tools for creating whole new universes.ShareJune 04, 2020