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So.. wait. The stamp thing. That'd work in reverse, too, right?

 

Couldn't you wet down the surface of a flat disk of greenstuff, push it up against something you want to clone, let it harden, then wet it again and use it as a stamp?

 

Man... that just opened up a whole world of cloning stuff, in my mind. You could (in theory) stamp out entire shields, etc with that technique.

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Cool little conversion you made with that shield and a nicely painted model!

 

You just gave me a great idea for one of the many minis i've got laying about with that greenstuff stamp you made. I am definately gonna use that!

Thank you! I am happy to hear that you found it inspiring! ::):

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So.. wait. The stamp thing. That'd work in reverse, too, right?

 

Couldn't you wet down the surface of a flat disk of greenstuff, push it up against something you want to clone, let it harden, then wet it again and use it as a stamp?

 

Man... that just opened up a whole world of cloning stuff, in my mind. You could (in theory) stamp out entire shields, etc with that technique.

Absolutely, it's sort of a crude, one-sided mold I suppose. ::): Happy to hear it's inspiring you!

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Absolutely, it's sort of a crude, one-sided mold I suppose. ::): Happy to hear it's inspiring you!

 

 

Inspiring me? Heck, you about floored me.

 

Was thinking mold a cobblestone 1" base, use a bigger bunch o' stuff to make a stamp, then next time I  need a nice cobblestone base I'll just grab the stamp!

 

Or entire shield. Or whatever.

 

Stamping green stuff out is going to be as easy as cutting cookies. :)

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