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Not for long periods of time. There are ways to slow the drying period, but unless you have a magical way to separate the Yellow and Blue then the stuff will still dry out solid
thx, I just wasted a good half-inch of the stuff *Beats head on desk*
Has anyone found a good Green Stuff Tutorial on the internet or something? Cause its one thing to WANT to use it, iy's anougher thing to KNOW how to use it! And I don't know how.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
from my limited expiriance of green stuff, the best way to learn to use it is by starting small, i started by using it to fill gaps, then small detials like purity seals, flesh wounds, then bigger stuff liek cloaks and other ornaments.
now ive got the expiriance im skulpting hands, parts of limbs, armour plates etc etc.
start small, build up, the skill will develop.
and unfortunatly, theres no way to slow the drying process very much, max workable life is about 1.5 hours, and thats if you knead it regularly to keep it subtle.
what do you want to make with greenstuff? give us more info on your project and we can find more specific info for you
freeze it!!! it works, and also put it in one of those resealable bags!
hey, i reckon that a mod should make a pinned topic full of links to sculpting tutorials where other folk can post their tips and links... hint hint...
here's a few links:
there's a whole list of them here:
and here's another
sorry that most of tehse are tyranid related... but they may be usefull to most of you.
if you are reading this signature, then you are wasting you're time, and i am wasting my time by writing it, so run along now, jimmy, run along.
You may have left over from your current project - but you can alwasy use the leftover later. If you had flattened it (between a plastic bag or other means of getting it smooth) you could alwasy cut it up for banners, purity seals, etc. If it is in an ball shape you could simply cut it up and use the pieces as rubble.
I find that I end up with leftover quite a bit because it is very difficult to mix up such a small amount for filling gaps and what not.
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