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Many find that eventually paints become thick gloopy and gross over time and must be thrown away.
However I have found this paint is a easy quick subsitute for green stuff. I use it by applying the thick paint just with a brush into the gaps that are left after putting a multi-part model together. But before spraying. This only works on small gaps not big areas green stuff is needed for that.
I find a brush gets into difficult corners much easier and quiker than my fingers or a sculpting tool.
It usually requires a couple of layers to fill it in but it's much faster than mixing up green stuff.
I found it works fine on plastic in particular my Carnifexes and Genestealers but on metal the extra strength of the green stuff is often needed.
Also make sure any glue is quite dry and be careful not to paint over details.
Er, that is odd and not what I would suggest. The bond would not be very strong, GS is much better to fill on the gaps and can be made much smoother.
umm...That sounds like your setting yourself up for failure. It sounds weak and will just lead to a big mess.
EDIT: Give me green stuff anyday.
Last edited by Squeaks; April 18th, 2006 at 23:22.
When paint is that thick it usually cracks as it dries. Not a good thing
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
hey don't knock silly putty... "model in case falls apart" NOOOOOOOOOOO! omg... argh...