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Which putty is best for sculpting or damage fixing?

Discussion in 'General Figure Talk' started by pava, May 4, 2012.

  1. pava Member

    Brand and characteristics would be helpful.
  2. jcichon Active Member

    Thats a tough question to answer without any info on what you want to fix! Duro is great as is apoxie sculpt. Give us more information or pics even and we can help!!
  3. pava Member

    I am currently working on german mountain soldier figure, but shoes are too small, so I want to model a correct size shoes.
    My camera is currently out of batery power, so I need to recharge them if you need the picture. It will take some time.
  4. pava Member

    Also there are some things on my other figures that should not be there, like holes, damages, scratches... If you can recommend something to do the job filling those holes, and not folling of, if i need to carve it with knife a little.
  5. Pepperpot Active Member

    Mike Stevens likes this.
  6. Einion Well-Known Member

    Nearly any of the epoxy modelling compounds would be suitable Dominik. Most of the main options are listed in this recent thread:

    There's no best here, like with just about anything personal preferences can play a big part in what someone uses. Plus price and availability need to be factored in.


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