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What have you many converters used in alternative to the green stuff?
there is always BROWN STUFF, and WHITE STUFF. disgusting names, aye?
I'll go out on a wild goose chase here if you don't mind.
loctite 2part putty (be carefull this dries in 5 mins)
magic sculp a two part sculpting agent (comes in two seperate tubs) works in the same way as gs, and is relatively cheap.
WARMASTER of the SCHOLA PROGENIUM Alnwick Chapter (soon to be the world)
I used white glue that I rolled into a ball between my palms last night.
Used it to sculpt the joint in some wings that I added to a Daemon Prince because it was all I had handy.
What white glue Ikea?
This particular stuff was Ross White Glue,but I've used Elmer's before.
Just pour it on one hand,and work it w/ the fingers of the other hand until its semi-solid.
Not good for anything detailed,but these were just some big muscles to blend w/the DP's shoulders and back.
intereseting, does anyone have suggestion of a usable clay perhaps?
I've been toying w/ the idea of using a thing called sculpey brand modelling clay. People use it to make...uh...random jewelry and stuff. The only major flaws in this plan is that it has to be baked in an oven (heat+polystyrene=:cry: ) for it to set, and it doesnt take to modelling cement at all, baked or no. However, you can be as intricate as you want w/ it. Havent tried crazy glue yet though...
"our Immortal lord, the Emperor of Mankind, owns your pitiful souls, and if there is ever one worthwhile thing you will do, it is to honor your debt to Him..."- Imperial Guard Codex
if you can get your hands on milliput, or possibly DAS clay, my personal favorite is milliput, much less sticky than green stuff, water makes it very clay like, takes a looooong time to dry though.
I really can't think of anything witty to say.
I use sculpey self drying clay. I typically use the black stuff because I almost always prime my models black so then I don't have to do any extra work.
It's easy to work with, more malleable than GS and doesn't dry too fast if you aren't the worlds best scultpor and actually need a little time to work with your material like me.