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Where can the fabled Plasticard be bought? I need to find a place where I could order it, as I live in the Great American Cultural Wasteland, e.i. the South, and there isn't a good hobby store around for light years. I'm trying to create several vehicle wrecks for scenery, but scrapping a $40 model for scenery is out of the question. Any help will be greatly apprciated, and I will pray each and every day for the Gods of the Warp to look upon you with favor.
For on-line plastic goodies purchases, I use Plastruct.com They've never done me wrong and have a HUGE selection of items. You can get plasticard imprinted with various textures, brick, cobblestone, etc. You can also get any color of clear plastic rod for Necrons, and just about anything else you can imagine. I like to surf their site just to get ideas about things to make.
:lol: Wow, thank you very much. Hmmm....I like the idea of a necron force with different colored energy pieces. I've never seen it done before.
Thanks again. May the Emperor walk with you, and guide you. Unless you play Chaos. In which case.....Down with his wormeaten carcass! Glory be to The Four!
You can buy a couple "For Sale" signs at your local wal mart. It's only like a dollar per sign and works just as well.
I get free Library cards, cut them up into DL bases for my Raiders, then go apply for new Lib. Cards.
Nice and free.
"And whoever wants to be a creator in good and evil, must first be an annihilator and break values. Thus the highest evil belongs to the greatest goodness: but this is--being creative."
~ Friedrich Nietzsche ~
Isn't like plexiglass useable too?
Ofcourse the stuff is expencive, but if you happen to have some lying around it should be fully usable.
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Here's a great article on plasticard, especially interesting if you live in the u.s:
It turns out that plasticard is a pure UK-english word.. In the states it's called "sheet styrene"! And it tells you how to make those small rivets...
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