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hey guys,

im having 'issues' with attempting to sculpt joints on my marines. (for clarity the bits opposite the elbow, not sure if my terminology was right). If anyone can help with this it would be great.

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do you mean the ribbed joint part on the inside of the elbow joint? also the same behind the knee?



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I just shape it into ribs with a pretty thin tool.
Also, I call it a screlbow.

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/\ /\ /\ Agreed. /\ /\ /\

A tiny bit of greenstuff in there and use the back edge of a hobby knife to make the ribs should do the trick.
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do you mean the ribbed joint part on the inside of the elbow joint? also the same behind the knee?
yeah thats the bit, looks so simple when put like that.

will try using the tip about the back of the hobby knife, cheers

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use a sewing needle, they come in different thicknesses (who knew?) and have a rounded edge.



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oooo, good call
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I'm sure you know this, but keep your tools lubed up somehow. Either water or petrol jelly.

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