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The one thing about milliput, once it’s really gone off you can turn it. One of Dads models what I haven’t show yet is a Hard hat diver. It’s been sold and is in the US.
He turned the helmet and collar on a Dremel lathe.
Right. This is time consuming. It’s engrossing and if you get it right, I’d say it’s hugely rewarding.
Well over an hours work has got me two sleeves on a great coat. The other thing as ever is the right tools for the job.
These are what I’ve used on the sleeves!
not sure who asked about the rubber brushes but they are a must for smoothing down the clay and getting into awkward places.
First sleeve applied. I smoothed this down with the rubber brushes.
creases in the greatcoat done. I used the little Welsh lad in the Mat as the basis of the creases in the coat.
I darent do anymore now til this has gone off as the risk of screwing it up is too great.
that’s both sleeves done. I think that’s OK. Happy for Now but I’ll look at the sleeve on the left as you look at it tomorrow. One of the benefits of putty is you can carve it and add to it if you aren’t happy.