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I know this sounds like a dumb question but what is the green stuff that you use for modelling? Here are some examples
GW sells it... just ask for green stuff... it's a type of modeling clay that turns to plastic over time. There are different types of it too... white and blue stuff, brown, and the famous green. Green is the best for modeling miniaturs cause it's softer.
Tomb Kings, Marines, Eldar
That about sums it up. It comes in a two part compound. Your work them together and it hardens, over time. I have a buddy who actually uses a bunch of different ones, each one for a different purpose.
A little pain never hurt anyone - Larry
the further down you go, the more you get:
GS or Green stuff is a 2 part epoxy putty, when you mix the 2 components together, you create a putty that will dry, or more accurately cure, within about 24 hours. Commonly modelers, asside from GW use this or something like milliput superfine, or even mix the 2 together, they have slightly different properties, green stuff is slightly more elastic meaning it tends to move slightly as it cures, this means it is prefered for more organic modeling, milliput is more rigid and better for inorganics
This post should really be in the modeling forums, please post correctly