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Hello there people i am new to the forum.
I have been playing warhammer fantasy for the past 4 years and i love modeling and sculpting. However during these 4 years i never tried to build a model from scratch and now i am really getting interested in the matter.
My question to you guys is a little bit of help on which is the best sculpting material to build models from scratch. Till now i have made use of greenstuff for converting models but i was wondering if there was something better than greenstuff to use for building models from scratch.
Thanks in advance...
If you're scupting something from scratch, There are a actually a few things you can use.
Small guage wire - for making armatures (skeletons)
Black miliput - base shapes, stiffness
Greenstuff - fine detailes
hope this helps!
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Another really product for scratch built sculpting is pro-create.
Thx both for your replies. That is really helpful. I will try to get my hands on some of this stuff and try it out.
However the question comes on its own.
How do you use them? That is are they the same as greenstuff or do you guys have some tips to lend me?
fimo works as well for blocking out shapes with.
It remains soft, so you can fiddle around with general features before settling for a look.
just bake it in the oven when you're satisfied and add details on top with normal putty-stuff.
Thx for the tip arachnid