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    Double Trouble is MINE!! Shadow-Ra's Avatar
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    A question about sculpting

    If I wanted to sculpt things such as a Horde symbol onto a female arm, or an extra belt of some kind. What would I use? Preferably nothing that has to be baked.

    Also, if I wanted to sculpt say a long loin cloth that retains some flexibility, again what would I use? And how would I attach it onto a belt that is already attached onto the figure? Supergluing the top onto the bottom of the belt just seems wrong somehow.

    Thanks all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow-Ra View Post
    If I wanted to sculpt things such as a Horde symbol onto a female arm, or an extra belt of some kind. What would I use? Preferably nothing that has to be baked.

    Also, if I wanted to sculpt say a long loin cloth that retains some flexibility, again what would I use? And how would I attach it onto a belt that is already attached onto the figure? Supergluing the top onto the bottom of the belt just seems wrong somehow.

    Thanks all.
    I think there is some sort of putty that when after shaped and left alone for a while hardens up. don't know what its its called never used it myself but I think you then make a mold from the hardend putty.once you have the mold you can cast it into any matieral.

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    I just started using Green Stuff (seriously, that's what it's called) and it works great. You can get a nice sized package of it for about 10 bucks at a hobby shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hadley View Post
    I just started using Green Stuff (seriously, that's what it's called) and it works great. You can get a nice sized package of it for about 10 bucks at a hobby shop.
    Doesn't green stuff cure really hard though? I also want something that retains some sort of flexibility.
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    You can use Sugru for stuff that has to remain flexible. Google it, it's great stuff.
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