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Good! =P

I'm tempted to add in some purple-bright green 'slime' glistening in areas, if i can manage to pull it off. I want her to be grooosss

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Good! =P

 

I'm tempted to add in some purple-bright green 'slime' glistening in areas, if i can manage to pull it off. I want her to be grooosss

 

OOO! I like that, what would you use for slime effects?

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Good! =P

 

I'm tempted to add in some purple-bright green 'slime' glistening in areas, if i can manage to pull it off. I want her to be grooosss

 

OOO! I like that, what would you use for slime effects?

 

 

i dont' know yet XD

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Good! =P

 

I'm tempted to add in some purple-bright green 'slime' glistening in areas, if i can manage to pull it off. I want her to be grooosss

 

OOO! I like that, what would you use for slime effects?

 

 

i dont' know yet XD

 

 

See about picking up some E6000 glue (it's like $2 with a Michael's 40% off coupon for a pack of 6 small tubes) and mixing it with inks or high pigment density paints. 

 

Mixed, it'll make good blood or gore or slime effects

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Or some clear tacky glue with any of the Tamiya clears.

 

I've used the tacky glue and it's okay for that stuff, though from what I've seen doesn't look quite as nice as Uhu or E6000 glues do.

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I will definitely try the glue out

 

I decided my giant worm has yellow saliva and green blood/other fluids, so she will be oozing the yellow and green from various areas

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