Mud? @Well better then bases! haha!lol! :-)
Nice work. Looks like what it supposed to represent. Great figures too! Dean
They look great! Greenstuff, or Milliput might work, too.Muddy bases might be good for other periods and places, too; I'm thinking maybe for Romans in Germany, a la Gladiator.
Yes or War of the Roses for example. Although If I ever painted up any Roses figures I would have to put snow on the bases. I've always wanted to find an excuse to use It.
Care to share you methods on this, Secundus? You've shown some muddy bases before and they look just perfect. I'd love to hear how its done. Resin?thanks!
You could try milliput. It's strange. Add water to greenstuff and nothing really happens, just acts as a lubricant, milliput on the other hand actually soaks it up and turns into slip effectively!You'd be able to make really muddy effects really easily with it, add enough water and you could probably paint it on!Rob
I think I will try Milliput next time It's a lot easier to work with than Poly Filler.
Yeah I made some ocean bases for some of my naval scenery using polyfilla and it cracked all over the place. Luckily the paint covered it up quite well...
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