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Anyone know of a good step by step tutorial on how to create cloaks out of green stuff cause i've got a lot of conversion ideas that are based around adding robes or cloaks to a miniature?
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Thanks for that link aswell,
It would seem everybody want s to make clothes for thier mini's today. This is a cheap way to do it, also easy. Use PVA and water to harden some tissue paper. The tissue paper can be torn into any shape you should want. You then drape it over the desired model.
You can at this stage use water on it's own or water and PVA. When wet you can move the paper about into the position you want. You can then let it dry and it will be hard or if you didn't add PVA at first you can add it once the paper is dry.
The advantage is that this stuff is cheap and therefore if it doesn't work out you can try again and while working as much as you want can be thrown away as rubbish if it isn't exactly how you want it to be. The end result will be a little ragged. You can sort this out by adding a layer of paint to smooth it out a little or a layer of putty/green stuff.
I take a sheet of printer paper, and fold it so it's two layers thick. I then wrap it around the model, and the act of squeezing the top together (since most robes appear to flare at the bottom) creates folds in the robe that are nice for highlighting. Then I just use some superglue to fix the paper in place.
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