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hey, err could someone explain how green stuff works? Is it easy to use? Any help would be apreciated.
Green Stuff is just the name given to the particular brand of two part epoxy putty used by GW. It used to be blue and yellow, which turned green when mixed.
Essentially, you take two equal parts of the material, whcih has the consistance of modeling clay, and mix them together. Depending on the brand you have a set amount of time to model it any whay you want. Then it hardens up. It can be filed sanded, painted, etc.
You can use it to texture bases, fill in gaps when assembling miniatures, or sculpt unique pieces or entire miniatures.
Green Stuff is made by kneadatite. You can also buy other brands of epoxy putty in almost any hardware store. They have different textures and set times. Another popular brand is Milliput, which you can find in many hobby stores and in the UK (their home I think).
Once mixed, it can be quite sticky. Dipping your fingers or tools in water helps keep them from sticking while working with the putty. Its pretty easy to use, but creating new items take some practice to develop sculpting skill.