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Seen stuff like this on sculpted models for a while now, and have been wondering what it is. "Brown stuff" In google just turns up nightmarish images. I see it mainly used in making armour, and so I am assuming that it is a more rigid version of green stuff.
Would love to add it to my modelling arsenal, using green stuff for sculpting flesh and this brown stuff for armour.
Last edited by SILKiam; April 17th, 2012 at 12:39.
Brown Kneadatite® (Brown/Aluminum Epoxy Modeling Putty)Well known for its long work life, non-grainy texture and its ability to hold fine detail.
Cures hard so it may be filed, sanded and cut to achieve hard edges, sculpt machines and build understructure.
Withstands the heat and pressure of the mold making process (vulcanization).
Brown is a thicker firmer version of green. It forms sharper edges but is not good for fine detail.
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I personally prefer procreate, its a little firmer than green, but takes 2 hours to dry and dries harder, enough to file and cut it effectively. Its a little more expensive. I have two tubes of green left to use though! Gah!