How to make Blood Drip Effects
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    How to make Blood Drip Effects

    Here's how I make Blood Drip Effects. sorry for dark photos

    1.Have a painted mini (here's my warboss done in 30 minutes...)

    2.Starting the Blood 2:1:1 Tamiya Clear Red: Delvan Mud: Badab Black
    2a. Picture of Clear Red...

    3. Paint blood where nessecary.

    4. Get a noodle (really...) Thin noodle like in Asian soups... You could use fishing line, but I like the noodle more becuase you dip it in boiling water and its felixble and drys stiffer than the line.

    5. Superglue it to where you want the blood to drip.

    6. Wait (for a long time...)

    7. Drip the Tamiya Clear Red done the noodle. It will dye it and pool at the bottom...

    8. Wait for it to dry.

    9. Post a comment.

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    I've seen people do this with fishing line but never an actual noodle. Interesting, and if your hungery you can eat your mini!

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    lol. wow thamks dude ive always wondered how to do driping blood. also is that timaya color like red ink ???

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    Interesting technique using noodles! You can achieve similar results by mixing glue with the Tamiya Red to get some nice 'stretchy' gooey strands

    @GeneriUser - Tamyia is thicker than ink and is therefore easier to build up into 'drips'. It comes in lots of cool colours such as green, yellow and blue and is great for coloured glass and gooey pools and so on Smells a bit though and you sometimes need to use a Tamyia solvent to clean the brush.

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    I have been wondering how this effect could be achieved. The only other option would be to mix some really thick epoxy and color it.

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    Cool technique. Why not make this an article?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onis Lair View Post
    I've seen people do this with fishing line but never an actual noodle. Interesting, and if your hungery you can eat your mini!
    Lol yeah I could.

    Quote Originally Posted by generiUser View Post
    lol. wow thamks dude ive always wondered how to do driping blood. also is that timaya color like red ink ???
    Not really, Tamiya Clear Red is thicker than red ink and more bloodly.

    Quote Originally Posted by tooshy View Post
    Interesting technique using noodles! You can achieve similar results by mixing glue with the Tamiya Red to get some nice 'stretchy' gooey strands

    @GeneriUser - Tamyia is thicker than ink and is therefore easier to build up into 'drips'. It comes in lots of cool colours such as green, yellow and blue and is great for coloured glass and gooey pools and so on Smells a bit though and you sometimes need to use a Tamyia solvent to clean the brush.
    Yes, but that takes longer than making the noodles.

    Quote Originally Posted by Radio View Post
    I have been wondering how this effect could be achieved. The only other option would be to mix some really thick epoxy and color it.
    Expoxy MIGHT work, not sure because the would make the model kinda messy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Necroghast View Post
    Cool technique. Why not make this an article?
    Thanks, umm everytime I upload the screen it screws my computer (i.e. Send or don't send error message). I'll try again.
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