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I'm gunna cave and end up getting the minwax stuff for "dipping" models and I was wondering what everyone uses for epoxy putty since I'll be at the hardware store anyway.
A youth with his first cigar makes himself sick; a youth with his first girl makes other people sick. - Mary Wilson Little
I usually use green or grey stuff for sclpting, but for cracks, joints etc. I usually use kneedit.
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If you need a good base putty for armatures you can use Wonder Putty! from the Infomortials.
The Great Plague meets The Devourer of The Galaxy. What does that make us?
GS all the way
Sometimes the best defense is a good offense... Wait, what?
Depends on I am modeling.. for figures or smaller areas i tend to stick with GW Greenstuff..
For larger areas I use the finer milliput which is essentially the same thing but its cheeper
And for really large areas i have been know to use DAS modelling clay..
I intend on trying ProCreate sometime in the near future.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
Gale force 9 GS, lots more GS for less money.
"Courage without the presence of fear is like a pistol without bullets. Meaningless." Colonel Igor Massif, 6777th Severite Rifles M40
I use the same stuff as Sealancer, I like there Grey stuff because the way I like to use it is when the color is just a little darker then a un-primed model
If you do things right people wont be sure if you have done anything at all.