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77006: Purple Worm - Slime Worm version (winter exchange mini)

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Finally happy with where this is at.. hoping to get it out to the post office tomorrow for the recipient.. FYI the slime also glows in the dark..

 

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Your recipient is going to be so happy to get this! I can't wait to see it ::D:

 

You've done an exemplary job of taking something and making is special. Just... wow!

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I spotted the Bones version of that Beasty at my distant & oft times indifferent Games Store; looking at your LOVELY creation, now I wish I had picked it up. You achieved a DELIGHTFULLY slimy effect. GREAT WORK!

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The slime on the body is water effects and neon green paint.. the dripping slime is fishing line with super glue, paint and gloss varnish.. Probably going to post a tutorial in the painting section soon..

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. . . hoping to get it out to the post office tomorrow for the recipient.. . .

 

 

He turned out great, very slimy...

 

Eeeww, gross... :;):

 

 

What sort of disclaimer / warning label did you put on it? :poke:

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That radioactive yellow/green color reminds me of The Toxic Avenger mop. Great work, it's so nicely done it looks like it's sticky. Thanks for the recipe.

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