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    I like the effect, very cool indeed.

    One question though, is it solid enough that this technique can be used for miniature bases without pinning? I tend to just superglue the feet of my minis to the base.
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    Maybe better pin it though. I have used it without pinning the mini but it was a rather small and light mini and painted for display, so not so much manipulation, low risk.
    In a way after few layers of paint, base + washes, it is quite solid, on top of the PVA glue.

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    Gonna try this out for my next mini!
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    Interesting little discovery you've found. Much easier than the "thin layers of sculpy" that creates a similar affect. Like it. My have to try this and see if the bases are sturdy enough for mold casting.

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    Good tips y try this one for my tyranid army ......maybe the mycetics spores

    thanks

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