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Category: Moulds and Casting

Great Unclean One

I, like many of you have always been a big fan of the Forgeworld Great Unclean One. Festooned with detail, it beautifully captures the character of Nurgle’s Greater Daemon. I’d always wanted one but without a reason to convert it I put off buying one. Then one day last year I came across a piece […]

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Nemesis Dreadknights

Well it has been a long time hasn’t it. I took a bit of time away from the hobby for personal stuff last year. I dabbled a bit with Age of Sigmar projects (which I will show at some point) before returning fully to 40k projects and Artscale Space Marines. I’ve got quite a bit […]

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The Lord of Death (again)

So I finished this second Mephiston conversion some time ago but my record breaking procrastination has meant I haven’t updated the site for a while. This image is taken from Luther’s (the painter’s) blog TheMightyBrush.com and he has a lot more photos of the finished model so I urge you to check out his site. I’m sure […]

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Tutorial – Green Stuff Chains

While working on my Kharn conversion I knew I had to figure out a way to remake the chains wrapped around the model’s arm. There are a few tutorials online on sculpting chains but none of them appeared to be what I needed. This method gives a more refined and squared off chain. Whilst I […]

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Video Tutorial: Green Stuff Casting

So I haven’t had much time for anything lately but I decided to put together a better video tutorial for casting Green Stuff using Liquid Blu-Stuff. The last few months the majority of questions I’ve gotten via email have been concerning precisely this, and as I needed to cast something for my own project I […]

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Green Stuff Cast Shoulder Pad

So I’m nearly done painting the Chaos Sorcerer. In the meantime I’ve got a small post on an test I did casting a Green Stuff shoulder pad. In a recent post about silicone rubber and casting Green Stuff someone left a comment saying they were having a few problems casting a shoulder pad using my […]

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Rubber Molds & Green Stuff

Technically the title of this post isn’t entirely accurate but I’ll get to that in a bit. Any one who’s read my previous posts will have come across my use of Blu-Stuff putty to make simple push molds and simple Green Stuff casts. Whilst I’ve found this immensely useful there are limitations. Because the Blu-Stuff […]

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Liquid Blu-Stuff

So I’ve got a new product to compliment the original Blu-Stuff molding putty. This Liquid Blu-Stuff (I may yet change the name) is just as easy to use as the putty, is non-toxic, and cures incredibly quickly compared to many other silicone rubbers (at least that I know of). Unlike the Blu-Stuff putty which is […]

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Mold Making by an Idiot.

DISCLAIMER: Please don’t view this as a tutorial or guide. This particular venture is really just showing what I’m working on right now. It’s most certainly not the best approach but I do it this way because I’m a bit weird sometimes. So I wanted to make a mold of the torso and legs of […]

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Doom-Bull gives you Wings!

Find the origins of this project post here. Find the post about painting and Finished model here. This has been a long time in the works but this week I devoted some time to trying to get my winged Doombull. This post is just about the progress on the wings. Once they are finished I’m going to […]

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Working with Blu-Stuff

Finally was able to get this introductory video made. It’s as simple and straight-forward as it can be. In future I’ll try and do more videos showing how to more adventurous projects. Please feel free to leave comments and let me know if I left out something really obvious or what you’d like to know […]

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Blu-Stuff Iconography Molds

Please excuse the simplicity of this video, this is my very first attempt at making a video ever, so it’s a little rough. I wanted to show how easy it is to cast small details like iconography in Green Stuff using Blu-Stuff as a mold. I started with some icons I sculpted myself for a […]

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