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Convincing Groundwork

August 15 2003 at 5:26 AM
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Response to Recently got back into modelling.......

Simon,
what the previous poster said is correct. But I have found that drywall/plaster cracks excessively as it drys. I use a modelling clay called Das Pronto, it is very fine grained and doesn't crack nearly as much,
or at all, as other things I have tried.

If you are going to add rocks or other debris to the dio, remember to imbed them to avoid the "fell out of the sky and landed on top of my dio look".

A series of books by Shep Paine, and published by Kamlbach ( FineScaleModeler) on dios and military figures is a grat source of tips and techniques for
modelers.

Good luck

HTH

Andy Tedtsen

 
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