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I am going to attempt making a load of cloaks for my catachans in order to represent the cameleoline doctrine. I can either buy the cloaks or make them... Does anyone know of a cheap source for the correct scale or a method of molding them out of green stuff? Any help would be greatly appreciated. I will post picks if/when I have completed a couple.
Thank you for any help in advance.
Those are great. I will buy several to make my veterans squad. But I already have 40 catachans on sprues that I would like to convert into something that looks like that... Thanks for the suggestion though!
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Yet again, those are great but I need a method to purchase or make out of green stuff only cloaks. Not models with cloaks permanantly attached. They would either have to come on sprue or be a seperate piece available through games workshop archive or mail order
1. Make a green stuff blob as big as your little fingernail, maybe a little bigger.
2. Get a deoderant can lid and put the foam from a blister pack in it then put some water in it. (also get either a toothpick or a real modelling tool)
3. flatten the gs blob so its a rectangle.
4. put 2 ends onto the shoulder of the models.
5. wet your toothpick/tool and flatten it down aorund the shoulder, also smooth it out and position the cape how you want it.
6. Stand back and admire your cool catachan with cape
Thanks! I'll try that.