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Hi I was converting a sister of battle veteran superior to hold this scroll but I made a really bad job of...removing...her previous weapon. I was woundering if anyone had any ideas on how to make green stuff robes, or something else to hide the joint. Also there a picture of the model for reference. (soz about the bad pic, its my first)
see my lighting a monolith project..
This should help, although it could take a few practice trys depending on how good you are.
You could try to use tissue paper. Tissue paper can be soaked in water and PVA. You can then apply it as you wish. Once it is dry it is hard and you have robes. At times it can look ragged but it is much easier than green stuff. Also it is cheaper, a small dish of PVA and water plus some tissues is hardly going to bankrupt anybody.
While it is wet is when you can make folds in the robes etc. You can if unsure simply use water in the tissue paper and then let it dry before adding PVA plus water to make it harden. A layer of paint or putty/green stuff can be used to harden your results.
Last edited by Leech; December 30th, 2007 at 00:27.
I've been converting several SoB models recently. As long as there is any of the original robe left, re-constructing it with Green Stuff should not be too complicated.