To submit your event please contact
Please note: 4D modelshop Limited is not responsible for the accuracy of information supplied. Be aware that events may be cancelled or changed at short notice. We strongly advise that you check with the venue or organiser before making your journey to any event.
Saturday 20th October 9:30am - 1:30pm
Learn how to make realistic severed fingers in this half day workshop!
As Halloween is fast approaching, why not learn how to make a creepy prop to add to your costume, decorate your home or simply scare your loved ones with? Always wanted to learn life casting? Then get started with the basics and create something spectacularly spooky at the same time.
This is a hands on (pun intended) workshop and each participant will leave with their own severed fingers, an understanding of life casting and mould making, knowledge and techniques to make their next silicone prop, a voucher to use in store* and a completion certificate. All materials and equipment will be provided.
You will learn:
You will be taking a cast of your own finger. We feel this is the best way to learn, as you get to experience both sides of the life casting process. However, if you do not want to do this, then please get in touch with us, and we will arrange a model for you to cast from.
The workshops are limited to ensure you get attentive support and advice.
* As this workshop is based at 4D modelshop, you will also be able to purchase any additional items. Although all materials and use of equipment are included within the cost, you may want to buy more materials for your next project with your newly learnt skills. Due to this, attendance of the course will also entitle you to a 15% off voucher to use on anything in store that day.
Tickets are non-refundable due to material cost in preparation for the workshop, however if you do need to cancel, get in touch and we will do our best to reschedule your class or book you onto a future workshop. In the very unlikely event that we need to cancel the workshop, full refunds will be issued.
Book via Eventbrite
26th - 28th October
The MCM London Comic Con is a speculative fiction fan convention held at the EcCeL Centre twice yearly.
The convention mainly focuses on video games, sci-fi, cosplay & popular media from the United Kingdom, United States and Japan.
Attractions include: Special guests, Memorabilia, Photos with the stars, Dealer stalls, Popasia, Comic villiage, Cosplay & masquerade, MCM stages, Steampunk & the MCM Fringe Festival.
27th October 9:30am - 1:30pm
Atelier La Juntana and 4D Modelshop are organizing a 1-day practical course designed for architects, model-makers, artists, or anyone wishing to discover the world of model making through casting materials.
The course will give participants an overview of the world of casting materials and its use for architectural models, covering different techniques and materials such as silicone moulds, alginate, plasterboard, concrete and resin.
Both beginner with little experience and those with professional ambitions are welcome to participate.
The course is taught across a series of short exercises combining theory and practice, solved through direct experimentation and manufacturing, and will include techniques such as carving, moulding, and casting.
Students will take with them all the work produced during the course and an instructional publication on the use of the materials together with a diploma will be provided upon completion of the course.
The number of participants is limited to 12 people.
Cost £55 + booking fee, book via Eventbrite
9th - 11th November
Warwickshire Event Centre.
The International Model Boat Show is the only 3-day marine modelling exhibition dedicated to all aspects of marine modelling - an event not to be missed!
Organisers are expecting 3000+ visitors, who will be able to enjoy in excess of 600 models from over 25 clubs and societies, where some of the finest marine models will be on display. The excellent and varied displays include everything from early warships to modern power boats – all of which will be complemented by action on the large indoor boating pool.
24th - 25th November
The Warley National Model Railway exhibition has once again been voted the UK's top model Railway show by British Railway Modelling Magazine's readers and continues to be a must for all railway modellers and a great day out for all the family.
This year sees the 'Kids for a Quid Each' promotion with all accompanied children 16 years and under getting entry for only £1 per day and children under 5 free, making this the most family friendly show imaginable.
There will be over 90 layouts in all scales and gauges, from UK and abroad. A real steam loco centerpiece display. Traders, Preservation and society groups and 'How to' demonstrations on most aspects of the hobby.
18th - 20th January 2019
Alexandra Palace, London.
Come along and see the full spectrum of modelling from traditional model engineering, steam locomotives and traction engines through to the more modern gadget and boys toys including trucks, boats, aeroplanes and helicopters.
Over 50 clubs and societies will be present displaying their members work and competing to win the prestigious Society Shield. In total nearly 2,000 models will be on display.