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Alrighty, I done up some bases. Milliput was okay. The little bases were done with freshly mixed milliput, it help the detail fine but I don't think it would hold up to some of the deeper detailed stuff.


The big base. I didn't have enough milliput left to fill the whole base but wanted to see what something deep looked like and how the milliput would perform. This was done after the putty had about 30 minutes to cure. It was pretty stiff at this point. Anything softer didn't work. This is the sundial part from sanctuary. It really is quite lovely.


This is the big jewel from the dungeon pad, it was done with the same bit of putty used to make the sundial. I wasn't pleased with it so I recycled. This is when the putty was cured for about 10 minutes. It was to soft to really get the fine detail I was looking for



Hope that helps anyone wondering about milliput. Or the quality of the pads. Verdict- I'll probably invest in some greenstuff after my milliput is gone. The pads are fantastic, very happy with them.


Edited to add. The partial I made popped right off the base. This makes me happy.

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My mailbox gave me a pweasent!!!!

Basius,because you're getting a TON of empty new bases to use with it. Edit: I swear I just typed out an entire page and it was deleted....doing it again.    BASIUS: Is about 7 inches long, and giv

/stares at empty mailbox   $%@[email protected]#$2!   /pouts

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My eyes must not be working. A couple of those look like positive casts instead of negative casts. Is it just the lighting or is my brain broken? 


This one and this one look like positives. My suspicion is either I need more coffee or a new brain? It's probably both.  :blink:


Trickery of the eyes!!

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Those are nice, Mel!

Thanks, Paul. I think they turned out pretty good for the first 4 tries. I am super impressed. I suspect Many will find their way into the BoG.


Milliput- it shrinks. I knew this and still didn't account for it. The bases once dry still look fine but are not all the way to the edges anymore. It's not a huge deal but something to keep in mind.

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I probably put a bit too much Milliput on the bases, so when I pressed them into the pad, some Milliput was pressed over the edge of the base. I'm even going to leave it, because it looks good and makes the base a bit bigger, allowing me to position the miniature a bit better next to or around the detail that is on the base now.

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I'm a little worried these seem made of a more brittle and fragile resign than Basius 1. The Basius 1 pad I have seems pretty sturdy and resilient but over half of my 8 Basius 2 pads came chipped (luckily only on the edges) and feel more brittle.

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