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Clay
2014-01-27, 01:07 AM
Had this in the pile to do for a couple of years now. Been putting it off because it's so tiny... the rough texture of white strong flexible doesn't help with the details, but still I'm happy with it.

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Paul053
2014-01-27, 05:01 PM
Wow! Nice. I've tried that material (forgot what it called) and it was quite difficult to paint on.

Clay
2014-01-28, 10:33 PM
I have them in white strong flexible. It's got a rougher finish than the frosted ultra detail, but it's waaay more durable. The bigger part of putting these off was trying to find a paint brush small enough. I finally found some tiny brushes at Hobby Lobby, but even they were inadequate for the smallest details. I did those (like the nose) by dipping a razor into the paint and gently dragging it across the surface. Tedious stuff!

Paul053
2014-01-29, 04:25 AM
Tooth stick ;) Sometimes I use it for tiny details.

That's the same material I used last time (Superion stomach filler). Good job on that. It's hard to paint on. I use Tamiya acrylics and it even felt like the paints are eating the plastic a little bit.