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Applying weld beadsMarch 21 2012 at 10:46 AM
|Andy Simpson (Login ajsimpson)|
from IP address 184.108.40.206
I'm sure this question has been asked in the dim past, but...does anyone have a preferred way of applying putty (or a different material) to create weld beads, especially around handles, tank armour plates or anywhere where a bead might be nice to see. I know Archer Fine Details do resin weld beads, but I didn't think they would be thick enough to create a convincing-looking bead. I realise that for many parts of a 1/35 (which is the preferred scale) a weld bead may just not be seen, but knowing that there is a way of doing it would be extremely helpful.
- Use thin sprue, thin glue, then a Pyro on top. - Andrew Tomlinson on Mar 21, 2012, 6:23 PM
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- Putty... - Frank Michaels on Mar 22, 2012, 7:32 AM