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Looter

Discussion in 'Completed Figures' started by Dekiman, Jan 10, 2019.

  1. Dekiman Well-Known Member

    Hello.
    Didnt post for a long time.
    My new sculpt : 40 mm looter.
    Sculpted from Green Stuff. IMG_20181211_222337.jpg IMG_20181211_222321.jpg IMG_20181211_222428.jpg IMG_20181211_222437.jpg
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  2. Borek A Fixture

    Country:
    Czech-Republic
    Nice work. How do you work with Green Stuff? I always hated him, I could not find a way to him. I can not imagine working with him at all. It's great to see that there are people who can do it.;)

    Cheers Borek :)
  3. Dekiman Well-Known Member

    Thanks Borek.
    I also didnt like Green Stuff much but later I use it more and more of it .I dont know why I didnt like this material .Maybe because that I used Magic Sculpt only before.Now I exeriment with different materials.You should try ,too
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  4. Borek A Fixture

    Country:
    Czech-Republic
    Testing behind me already :). I had it the other way around. I started with Milliput, but he did not get much at us 20 years ago. I worked mainly with Ceys technical putty - wood. With this material I worked for 12 years. Then he stopped importing to our country. But in the meantime, the company changed its composition, and it did not work anymore. So I was looking for a replacement, and I tried Green Stuff. I have done a few pieces (or rather worked out). But I just could not do it. I did not leave the details, stuck to the instruments, I could not really smother it ... in short, it was nothing for me. Then I discovered the Magic Sculp, and for a long time I did just with him. It is not ideal, but it has proved to be the best possible variant of all two-component epoxy putty (for me). But then I was hanging the polymer masses, namely the Bees Putty, and it was decided :) . At least for me it is that I consider bees putty to be a perfect sculpture material for miniatures. Of course, thin parts and weapons, and also the basic skeletons, I still do from the Magic Sculp. But that's fine. There are many sculptors and many different approaches. And everyone likes something different. And that's really great :).

    I wish you beautiful day :)

    Cheers Borek :cool:

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