Liquid Green Stuff as a texture paste

2017-03-24 Khaiell

Originally designed to fill gaps in failed finecast miniatures it does a really bad job at that. However it works great for adding texture to models and fixing problems with the "Chinese import" quality Games Workshop terrain

Picture described below
Liquid Green Stuff as a texture paste
Liquid Green Stuff as a texture paste

For this demonstration I picked a super-glossy-flat element typical of the new Games Workshop terrain piece quality (a glaring lack of texture).

  • I covered it flat with Liquid Green Stuff,
  • Then I applied a black undercoat
  • followed by Mechanicus Standard Grey roughly drybrushed over it
  • and finished with a delicate drybrush with Dawnstone

You can compare this with other texturing methods I reviewed and decide which one suits you best for a given project.

See the pictures as separate pages: Liquid Green Stuff as a texture paste * Liquid Green Stuff as a texture paste

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