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04-18-19 03:03 PM
REDEATH If you have any larger nurglely models then get your self some instamold and then push it up against that nurglely skin then you now have a flexible push mold you can use with greenstuff on you vehicles. Look at my Death Guard Plog to see how this looks on a Rhino and my Defiler...REDEATH's DEATH GUARD log

04-18-19 03:00 PM
REDEATH If you have any larger nurglely models then get your self some instamold and then push it up against that nurglely skin then you now have a flexible push mold you can use on you vehicles.
03-29-19 12:11 AM
Shandathe Building out as @Dave T Hobbit suggests is by far the easiest. If you want a hole, cutting part of the plastic away and building what you want with Green Stuff is easier than trying to reshape the plastic itself. What you're trying to do is probably the hardest, and while it can be done (and acetone isn't the worst choice of chemical to try it with) it's definitely in the book of Highly Advanced Techniques.
03-28-19 03:29 PM
Dave T Hobbit If you glue tiny balls to the hull (the insides of some water filter cartridges work well) and putty around the join, then you can make buboes.
03-25-19 01:26 AM
Kandashi
Modeling Nurgle Tanks

Hi everyone,

Im looking for various tips/tricks for converting a nurgle rhino. My idea was to use acetone to eat away at the plastics to give a rotten/diseased look to certain parts, and break the monotony of the plates. However this dosnt seem to have the desired effect. Does anyone have any experience with something that would have this effect. Or barring that, just suggestions in general.

Many thanks

Kandashi

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