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Celluclay Groundwork.

Discussion in 'Groundwork' started by Razorboy, Jul 17, 2022.

  1. Razorboy Member

    I have been using Celluclay as the "Base Application" on my dioramas for decades .... And it works for me. Below are some pics of this method, I will be glad to answer any questions you may have. Thanks for looking.

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  2. theBaron A Fixture

    Hi, Dave!
    I mentioned in your other thread about Celluclay, that I add a little white glue to the mix. I found it helps keep the edges from cracking or lifting, especially if the material is thinner at the edges. Do you use this technique, too?

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  3. Nap A Fixture

    Hi Dave

    Very useful for those that do basework thanks for sharing , the results look really good

  4. harrytheheid A Fixture

    Good point Brad - I also mix in a dollop of white glue when mixing celluclay and don't normally experience any problems with it lifting at the edges.
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