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ok i saw the gallery in the back of the rulebook of this conversion of an inquisitor lord coteaz with black armor and awesome sword...and i need help on ideas to make a sword but not exactly like that one with the wicked face on it.
so my question is is it possible to make a sword from green stuff and something else to make it straight?
Take it from me (a relative nobody). Making a sword from GS is a nightmare. GS is the worst material for things like blades. It sands horribly and will come out horrible on your first attempt.
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Take a piece of plastic sprue and file it down to shape.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
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Interestingly, you don't even need to scult that sword.
'Cos it is the sword from the Warhammer model Archaon (*click me*).
However, if you are just asking aboult sculpting advice, I would reccomend starting either with a rough shape made of plasticard, or by making a rough sword with a piece of paperclip and some superfine white milliput.
Get it as close to the shape you want as possible (milliput works brilliantly with water), then leave it to cure for a day or so. Then carve and sand it into shape, before using GS to add small details (like the face).
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You can find a tutorial here:
The tutorial is German and English and Spanish at the same time, which can be a bit confusing the first time you read it.
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You can also mix some milliput/equivalent with GS to get a mass which is somewhere in-between the two once cured... Not as brittle as milliput while not as rubbery as GS.
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