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Mini Ma'al: Bones Hydra with some modifications!


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All I know about using greenstuff is that you have to keep your tools wet and hopefully also keep your fingerprints to yourself.

 

I think your creation will start to look better once it's even primed let alone painted.

 

I actually didn't end up needing any vaseline on my sculpting tools, because my GS is a bit on the stiff side (it's kind of old). Also, I did mix a wee bit of vaseline into the GS itself (a trick I picked up from I think Talespinner), which not only made the GS more likely to stick to itself and not to other things, but it also made it very easy to smooth it out with my tools. Aside from mixing it, I kept my fingers to myself, lol.

 

Thanks, I certainly hope so! ^_^

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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Ooh,ooh,ooh!! I know what you're doing!! I won't spoil the surprise though. (Especially for the correct cookie bribe ::P: )

 

That's a very nice conversion that you've done there, OneBoot. ::):

 

 

 

Pushing putty, I have found, is like painting.

The more you do it, the better you get at it.....

 

Very true.

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Ooh,ooh,ooh!! I know what you're doing!! I won't spoil the surprise though. (Especially for the correct cookie bribe ::P: )

 

That's a very nice conversion that you've done there, OneBoot. ::):

I know as well...
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