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1 hour ago, quang said:

It took me 15 minutes to do this with only the ICM 1/32 WASP figure as reference. Just to show how the method works.

 

1- White Milliput balls just prior to be kneaded

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2-Milliput thoroughly mixed
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3-Rolled into a thin sheet. With plenty of talcum powder
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4-Piece of foam representing the ‘casualty’.
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5- Milliput sheet cut to shape
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6- Fold edges. Edges can be worked for 30minutes while the Mill hardens.
Will fully cure overnight after which it can de drilled, sanded and painted as you wish.
 

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If you have any question, just shoot.

Cheers,

Quang

I never thought about talcum powder!

Tim

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19 hours ago, Pete Fleischmann said:

The trick with Apoxie Sculpt is to wait a bit before working it. Also, they make a chemical in a dropper bottle that you apply while you are forming to help smooth it out- you can get it really thin-

Im away from the bench right now, but I’ll try to remember to dig out that chemical for you-

 

However; you might be able to scratch that out of lead foil formed over a wood master-

 

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Sounds like a plan. Now I just need to make a female Franken figure victim to put in it.

 

Tim

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