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Home made Ochre Jellys

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These two were made out of hot glue and given a quick paintjob by my sister and me. I like how they look and I made 4x medium and 8x small ones the same way. Will post them too when painted If you like these! :DIMG_20190226_163143.thumb.jpg.43c466c6bb5cfc7902b2c29f0f51aaab.jpgIMG_20190226_163155.thumb.jpg.7b6a11ec682110f18459611e1a265d4c.jpg

 

Next to a reaper bones orc:

 

 

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Before the paintjob:

 

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Those are great!! Love the paint color as well.

 

I need of some OJellies myself thou mine will be 3d printed.  Did you do a core frame & then build hot glue around that? I've seen where people will take hot glue & either put it in a foil & build up the blob or (DMScotty) shoot the hotglue in a swirl into a pan of water. Thou these are fantastic.

 

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Yes, for a frame i used a thick wire in a cross formation. Dm Scotty was actually an inspiration for this project! :winkthumbs:

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On 2/27/2019 at 8:34 AM, Glitterwolf said:

I like how you create little monsters from scrap!

 

Thank you, even though just buying some ochre jelly minis would be easier and take less of my time, this way I can make something nice and give it character and some of my own style ::D: 

I know it's not much, but I really like doing it and it is slowly becoming a passion of mine! 

Cheers :winkthumbs:

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So here I made some medium and small ones :D

 

Reaper bones orc for scale:

 

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One pic of the whole jelly family ::D:

 

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Hope you like them!

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