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this all happened when i was dumb enough to make my sceanary out of styro-foam and then use enamel paints. as you may or may not know enamel paints eat away at styro-foam. i was starting to spary my enamel based spray paints on the sceanary and i noticed it start to corode they look like battle scars or maybe organice blast from tyrnids but they look prety cool give it a shot. but be carful not to spary to much.
ps. im a terible speller "organice" is really organic.
Sounds interesting! So a muck-up turned into an interesting terrain building tip!
sounds like a cool idea to me as long as you dont overdo it
"In a large war, the tanks only battle the tanks, its up to the footsloggers to win the war" -me
This is something that you're probably NOT going to want to try. The aerosol in the spray paint eats away at the styrofoam yes, because chemicals in the spray bond with chemicals in the plastic to release TOXIC FUMES into the air.Originally Posted by McKinnon56
HAHA all I would say would paint it really quick outside and run back inside because it really does smell.
thanx for the safty tip Poptartsninja, luckley i was trusting my instincts and did it outside!
I found that out a while ago. Can be useful, but good luck playing on it. Very uneven surface.
If you wish to make craters, however, it does the trick.