Hi guys, welcome to our Model Builder Guide and Basic Game Info In this Model Builder guide we will tell you A basic manual for the Model Builder. Model Builder is a game in which you construct and customize model automobiles. Fill virtual shelves with amazing machines by assembling, customizing, and displaying your creations
Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a first-timer, you’re sure to have a good time. So Come and take a look at this Model Builder Guide.
Model Builder Guide
1. Choose the New Game and select the model you wish to assemble
2. To cut the parts out of the sprues click on the cutting mat or choose the Cutting mode (or simply press  on the keyboard). Than drag & drop the sprue from the sidebard HUD (on the right) onto the cutting mat. The sprue with cuttable parts would appear. You can either cut them out one by one or use “Cut All” button to automatically cut out all the parts from the sprue
3. To assemble the model from the previously cut out parts select the painting station while in the workbench, or use the left-side HUD to select Assembly mode (you can also click ). You can drag & drop parts from the sidebar HUD – preferably using Assembly filter that would show you the currently needed part. If at anytime you need to move the part back into storage, press [Space] to place it on the table and than drag & drop it onto sidebar.
4. To paint the model use Full cover, Paintbrush or Airbrush tools and choose the color you like. You can adjust the tool settings by using the parameters on the left and switch color palette by right-clicking on the color box
5. Finally, you can apply decals from the set. Enter this mode either via left-side HUD or pressing  on the keyboard.
6. When the model is fully assembled you can finish it by clicking “Finish” button on screen.
- Story Mode – this is a single-player campaign mode, where you get to discover the heritage of your grandpa Stan and his work. This mode contains all kinds of tutorials and guides, that you will need to start working in the scale modeling business. If you are a beginner to scale modeling, it is strongly recommended to play this mode first.
- Sandbox Mode – this is a single-player mode, where you have all the tools and models unlocked right away. This mode is being used to practice your craftsmanship and try completing different models in several ways. This mode is recommended for gamers, that are acquainted with the scale modeling hobby or have finished a major part of Story Mode.
Model Builder Tools
In Model Builder, you have a vast range of scale modeling tools at your disposal. Things you have to know before you use them:
- A craft knife is used to cut model pieces from their frames with more precision. It cuts out one part at a time.
- Spruce cutters are the easiest way to quickly cut model pieces from their frames. Choose between cutting out a single element or multiple elements from the whole spruce at once.
- A paintbrush is a versatile tool that can be used to paint in multiple ways.
- Airbrush adds an extra level of detail and paintwork and lets you spray the paint over a larger part of the model.
- The color tool allows you to paint the whole part of a model with single paint at once.
- Pattern tool allows you to different patterns with two or more colors on your model.
- The drybrushing tool adds more roughness to the edges of your model.
- Washing tool adds water effect to the paints on your model.
- Sandpaper allows you to smooth surfaces or add texture and detail to models.
- Plastic Putty allows youl to fill out the dents in the model.
- Decal tool adds stickers onto your model.
- The Ray Gun tool allows you to lighten up certain parts of the model.
- The Color Picker tool makes it easy to check predefined colors in-game.
- The disassembly tool undoes connecting different parts of your model.
- The Base Coat tool allows you to paint the model with pre-generated painting schemes with one click of a mouse.
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