Sunday, October 2, 2011

Liquid Green Stuff?

I am unfamiliar.  (I mean, it's new, so that's hardly surprising.)  Games Workshop apparently just released a liquid version of the popular modeling epoxy.  This post at Porky's Expanse provided a link to this review at Targets' painting blog.

Perhaps it will be of interest for any miniature artists out there?

2 comments:

  1. Interesting. This post is the first I've heard of it, and you'd think I'd be pretty clued into that sort of thing.

    It sounds like a more fluid version of the sort of plastic putty Valejo's put out; I half expect it's green b/c they color it to be.

    I'll definitely give it a try.

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  2. I'm surprised there's been so little mention of it to be honest, but I heard there is a similar product out there already. I'd like to give one of them a go, and I can see it having its uses, but that reported shrinking in the GW product makes me think the good old stuff might still the best all-rounder. Modelling with green stuff is a lot of fun and I recommend it, and conversion in general.

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