Bloodborne: We Built Rom The Vacuous Spider | Kitbash Creatures

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Bloodborne’s gameplay and boss fights weren’t enough of a challenge, so we decided to craft our very own Rom The Vacuous Spider diorama from scratch to celebrate one of FromSoft’s most memorable monsters. Join Max Scoville as he walks you through his creative process, from sculpting to painting to finishing touches, with only a few major screw-ups along the way. Plus, a short lesson on the science of why too many dots or holes are scary. If you’re wondering why we’re making a video about Bloodborne in 2022, it’s because Bloodborne rules, duh… and also to kill time until Elden Ring comes out.

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