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imprinting texture from sponge

The distinctive, stone-like texture below was made by spreading on a thin layer then pressing in a sponge while still wet to imprint the pattern. The sponge needs to be damp to prevent the polyfilla from sticking too much.

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Tutorial: Advanced – That One Hurt!: Painting Battle Damage

We all love tabletop wargames, and our miniatures often see many battles. As hobbyists, we want our miniatures to look it! Well-done battle damage effects can make miniatures look more realistic on…

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a really helpful quick guide to reproducing all of those little pieces, rather than having to convert up every single model.

So I& nearly done painting the Chaos Sorcerer. In the meantime I& got a small post on an test I did casting a Green Stuff shoulder pad. In a recent post about silicone rubber and casting .

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While I am skeptical bugbait seems the one for needing ad hoc terrain I can't not recommend toposolitario for quick and good looking ad hoc terrain.