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Ok, so I've nearly finished the body of my Black Orc Warboss' charriot, and it's looking rather tasty so far. However, I want to put rivets on it to keep it all together, but I don't have any access to plastic rod.I've tried touches of PVA and superglue, but they don't look that good.
Any suggestion for how I could get decent rivets?
greenstuff..and slice it into small cylinders...
or bolter barrels...
easiest rivets of any size ever... really.
Take some greenstuff, and roll it into long strings(like really thin cigars) of whatever size you want. Allow it to cure. Then, take an exacto knife and chop up the string of Greenstuff to the thickness of rivets you want. glue in place. IT works very very well.
OR, go to your local hobby supplier and pick up a leather hole puncher(it looks like a really big paper hole puncher-single punch, with a wheel of differnet punch sizes) and take some plasticard and start popping out holes of whatever size you want until the cutout holes come out the "waste" and there you go.. instant plasticard rivets.
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WINDMILLS DO NOT WORK THAT WAY!
You could also use the little ball things from inside a water filter. Do you get the Brita water filters in your area? I've used them for rivets on tanks before, and they are quite passable...