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Finished Sculpts / Re: Fishman
« Last post by Badsmile on Today at 08:21:08 AM »
Nice fish Goblyn!


green is green stuff also called duro or kneadatite from sylmaster, it's a two component sculpting putty which cures over time after mixing the two components ( yellow + blue ). so selfhardening it is.

the sand or skin coloured putty is FIMO, you can use it for as long as you like and it won't harden until you put it into the oven and bake it. It's an oven hardenening polymer clay.

both materials take detail quite well, the main reasons to choose either this or that is mainly due to stability reasons etc. i.e. the hands completely made out of fimo would be complicated as the material would easily break. So you either use the green stuff for a stable underconstruction and apply some FIMO on top of it ( like on the sand colored hand I suppose ) or you make it completely out of green stuff ( the other hand ). Plus pointy bits out of green stuff tend to be flexible and not break off, FIMO gets brittle after baking and is prone to break if treated rough. So for gaming models FIMO is not a good option.

I hope this answers your questions.
Finished Sculpts / Re: Fishman
« Last post by thebadeye on February 28, 2015, 04:56:04 PM GMT GMT »
New to the forum and new to sculpting with these materials....

Question: what is the trademark name of the green material and the white material?

Question: Why the green where it is located...looks like base buildup

Likewise: Why the white/sandy material where it is, assuming crisp detail capable?
Books and Comics / Re: Warhammer 40.000 Books
« Last post by Badsmile on February 28, 2015, 12:14:54 PM GMT GMT »
necromancy just for zorro:

Books and Comics / Re: What are you reading?
« Last post by Badsmile on February 28, 2015, 12:13:37 PM GMT GMT »
Oh thanks! Will look into the Ender series then, saw the movie already and I think the books might be actually pretty good from what I got from the movie already. As for Starship Troopers, read it and liked it. Definately recommendable.

Scenery and Terrain / Re: Mad Clown Miniatures Diorama
« Last post by moonmin82 on February 26, 2015, 09:07:25 PM GMT GMT »
the blood is too red for my taste.

Indeed! After the photo was taken I added the third coat, including a bit of Tamiya Smoke in the mix.

Scenery and Terrain / Re: Mad Clown Miniatures Diorama
« Last post by Oddity on February 26, 2015, 11:15:10 AM GMT GMT »
Normally I'd agree with you but in this case I think the vibrant colours go quite well with clowns colourful (though in this case evil) nature!

Hmm, I got those pots of Tamiya clears somewhere. Besides red the others I have might be good for some sort of alien slime/puss/blood! Arrgh, another thing on my list to try... :P
Miniature News / Re: Tooth & Sword chibi animal adventurers now up for sale!
« Last post by Oddity on February 26, 2015, 11:11:19 AM GMT GMT »
Such a lovely line of miniatures full of character! I'll see if I have a dime to spend cause my life could do with that Hippogryph and my favourite of them all, Cuttlefish Magician! :)
Tools and Materials / Re: Uro polymer clay review
« Last post by Oddity on February 26, 2015, 10:57:01 AM GMT GMT »
Depends a bit on how much it is at the time. Small ball only about 5/10 seconds. A larger ball I do it in runs of 5/10 seconds until it feels right. :)
Miniature News / Tooth & Sword chibi animal adventurers now up for sale!
« Last post by Andrew May on February 26, 2015, 10:41:50 AM GMT GMT »
Hi Everyone, after my successful Kickstarter campaign last year I'm pleased to announce that the Tooth & Sword miniatures are now on general sale.

Individual figures are available cast in high quality resin.

Originally manufactured as part of my Kickstarter campaign, I have LIMITED NUMBERS of metalcasting on offer two, grouped in sets of 4. I have 30 sets of each, once they're gone they're gone!

If you want to see all the original campaign then go to:
If you want to follow meridian miniatures on FaceBook then go to:

Coming next is the Hippogryph and "custom adventurer" figures (including platypus wizard!) that were pledged for on by very generous backers on the original campaign!

Cheers all!
Finished Sculpts / Fishman
« Last post by Goblyn on February 26, 2015, 09:34:02 AM GMT GMT »
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