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Simple question, how easy is it to model with green stuff? I've seen people on the is thread make the most detailed sculptures with the stuff. But I was woundering how easy it would be for someone whos never even touched the stuff, to make a model from it? And more importantly how one would go about doing it.
Thanks in advance
It is about to playing a non-competitive themed army.
The first few times will be unsuccessful but by the time You will get there.
I am not a very good scultptor, yet, first time I needed a tutorial to make a simple arabic headwear... now I am better but still not at the level where I can make a face.
I will sculpt an entire army one day
Try to do easy things by following tutorials at the first time, when You will be confident try more difficult ones. After that You will be able to do by Your own imagination.
And it worth it, a very very good feeling when You`ve done something creative!
Well I started reading Killing Ground today, and I've just been introduces to Kain, and its inspired me to try and sculpt my own female inquisitor for my inquisiton army. I'd just like to know how easy it is to work with green stuff before i actually commit to the project.
Well, I've never actually made an entire model from greenstuff before... though I would say, if you've never touched the stuff before, such an undertaking would be rather challenging.
I'm not sure if you'd be able to find something in the Sisters of Battle range as a starting point that you could build on... It might be slightly easier then starting from scratch!
In terms of the Greenstuff itself... It's not all that difficult to work with. I've noticed, when mixing it, that if you put in more blue putty you'll make it stiffer, and if you use more yellow it's stickier but softer. Might be something that will come in handy.
That was my initial thought, but none of the models really appeal to me.
If you've ever played Batman: Arkham Asylum, I was imagining she'd have a Harley Quinn look about her.
I hated her new cotume
The first time I'd seen Harley Quinn was when playing the demo to the game
Personally I prefer it.
Rep for that find Deadstar Maybe this could be another conversion project for me to work on, are the models from Necromunda set metal or plastic though? I can't seem to find on the website where it says.
This is the type of thing i had pictured, keeping her legs and torso how they are below, then stick a blade and a pistol in her hands with the arms doing something the looks cool and dramatic
I don't actually know. I would assume metal for the minis, but I'm just guessing.
Actually, in > This Thread < in the second picture down, there's a mini that might be a good starting point. I don't know what it's from, so maybe PM the guy who started that thread and see if he knows...