Liquid Green Stuff is the ideal tool for filling in small gaps on a miniature. Because it is water soluble you can use a normal Citadel Paint Brush to apply it (just make sure you wash the brush afterwards). The Liquid Green Stuff will then set in place, filling the gap neatly and efficiently.
This pot contains 12ml of Citadel Liquid Green Stuff.
Post by Bearded Dwarf on Oct 2, 2011 11:27:59 GMT -5
"Because it is water soluble" ... hmm, my experience with stuff that contains water is that it shrinks when drying. In other words, I have to apply it, wait until it's completely dried, do this a second time and maybe even a third time. Hence, I can't see any advantage over the usual sculpting putties.
Post by pointyteeth on Oct 18, 2011 11:59:57 GMT -5
I just picked some up the other day and its not too bad. I tried it out on the Terrorgeist model I picked up and it worked pretty well on filling small gaps and covering connection points. It dried fairly quickly which was good since some of the wider gaps needed a second layer. A downside is that its a bit on the grainy side and will require some sanding.
Post by Dusty's Corner on Aug 17, 2012 11:03:55 GMT -5
Dries quick. Can get mucky. Can be used for texture effects. Pretty much the same as Vallejo #400 Plastic Putty. Not good for filling big holes, ideal for hairline cracks. Can be applied with a brush, toothpick or (I prefer) a strip of plastic.