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~I actually raeally like them, and I'm surprised that no one else thought of them first. (My apologies to anyone that actually did think of it first...)
~Kudos to you!
those are really nice! Awesome!
Those wings work very well, I don't think I have seen anybody else try to do them that way. You can try to add more details to areas like the green stuff on those wings by using the end of a paint brush. The end of a paint brush is shaped like a ball and can be used to draw deep lines or ridges in green stuff.
When's the best time to sculpt GS? There's so much detail I wanted to get on it, but I just couldn't get it.
Double posting, because I've lost my mind.
Is there some sort of tutorial for working with GS? I'm about ready to scream right now. It seems GS suffers of "Superglue Paradox" where it'll stick to every single thing, aside from what I want it to, especially fingers or tools. No amount of water is saving me from this, either. Also, I keep accidentally crushing everything I'm doing...do people sit there and do just a tiny bit and then walk away when they do all that good work? I'm seriously going to lose it here, I had this awesome handle and chainguard all set up, after about an hour of work, and then I caught the edge of a tool to it, it adhered, and ripped the entire thing up, despite less surface area of the tool being in contact than the model in question!
Nice wings there and cool idea. With the whole stick thing, try using vaseline or some other form of petroleum jelly. I used water at first and then switched to vaseline and it works really well. Hope this helps.
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Remember that water dries quickly, so dip your fingers and tools in every few seconds (just a couple steps of doing the work) so as to keep the GS nice and wet so you don't have it sticking everywhere. Also, it may be beneficial to wait for parts to dry before trying to add more onto them; it sounds like you're trying to do too much all at once, and you aren't giving the other parts enough time to dry, so they're coming apart.
It takes time to get good at it. And a lot of getting good at it is just learning to keep wetting tools and remembering how to avoid extra contract with hte greenstuff than is necessary.
I stil have great diffiulties with large areas of GS like what you are doing though. I have always muchprefered small things that I can get done or destroy if i don't like (great way to vent your rage, like destroying your city in sim city right after you save the game.)
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As a Tyranid player, I'm jealous
Very well done, and rep for you! With your permission, I'd like to maybe use this idea in my own army...
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