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I already have.
Sure what have I got to lose.
No! This sounds really stupid.
Well I was using Testors white contour putty, but I moved and can't get it. I'm an hour away from a good hobby shop. So I starting looking for something else to use and I found something better then model putty. It's Bondo glazing and spot putty.
It's in a red oxide color which doesn't matter because I'll be painting over it. It also dries quicker. It is a little more but you get way more. It's also extremely easier to find. Sense you can get it at just about any hardware store, paint specialist store, craft store, Target, and Wal-mart. I hope this is helpful to everyone.
I am an Indestructible master of War.
Sounds interesting you will have to post up some work where you have used it.
Rep for the find
"Should take you a while though because of your sloth like pace"
Click here and watch Gedderz try and cross the road
What's wrong with Milliput?
(As for greenstuff - forget it).
yellow milliput mixed 50:50-60:40 (milliput:GS) greenstuff is my favourite putty for the time being. The milliput gives the greenstuff a flow and smoothness while the greenstuff gives the miliput some elasticity. Furthermore when mixed, miliput doesnt dissolve to water as easily as it normally does.