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Just glue one bit at a time, it will take forever but in the end...
Alternately paint sections of the baseboard with SLIGHTLY watered down Elmers/PVA glue. You can put many pieces down at once, but Quality may suffer.
Last edited by The_Ghost; February 19th, 2006 at 06:15.
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one by one...it takes long...but it is well worth it.
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I was just looking at those pictures and was wandering, where did you get that pole in the center of the buildiing. I've been looking EVERYWHERE for an eight sided pole for the corners of my building? Could you share your secret.
And thinned down PVA glue followed by a mist of sealant, (or spray glue), is the best when you have a mass of stuff to glue down.
Doesn't work as good as doing them one at a time though. If you have the patience.
-Master Darius of the Crusaders
Originally Posted by Darius
Hee hee ha ha, it's a secret! No just joking, that pole is actually from two different GW building corners that I sawed off. You also notice those wall sections in between the building corners? Well those were originally building corners as well that I sawed into two pieces.
So I guess I'm left with no choice but to glue one at a time eh? Well I've got some pieces of actual floor tiles that I'm thinking of using, maybe I should use those instead of the plastic sprue pieces? Cause then I'll have less stuff to glue but with those thick chunks of tiles I can still have a tall rubbles.
Also, I plan on using textured spray paint on this ruin. Should I spray paint first before gluing the rubble?
Last edited by IGAirborneRanger; February 19th, 2006 at 17:44.
Just remember, safety first when using actual ceramics. Those babies can be razor-sharp!
I would glue then spray. But it looks like alot of work...have fun :yes: