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Ok guys what is everybody using these days for modelling putty for gap filling, my last build has suffered from lack of decent putty.

My old go to was tamiya putty is all gone and my squadron putty is dried out. My last build I was scraping the bottom of the barrel and needed to add some glue to bring my squadron putty back to life with glue which made it less than satisfactory.

After something

  • easy to use
  • easy to sand
  • and prefer non smelling option
  • available in France as Hannants are not shipping to France at the moment....

cheers

Matt 

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I still prefer Humbrol and somewhere in another thread there was a suggestion of an easily obtained commercial product almost identical to green stuff.   @Jessie_C and @Miggers I think highlighted it.

I'll look for it later.

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7 minutes ago, Bluewillow said:

prefer non spelling option

Are you using auto correct or am I being a bit slow with understanding what that means- Non smelling perhaps?

This thread might help as a similar question was asked recently.

 

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1 minute ago, Gorby said:

Are you using auto correct or am I being a bit slow with understanding what that means- Non smelling perhaps?

This thread might help as a similar question was asked recently.

 

yes non smelling sorry

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Big gaps, styrene sheet with either Perfect Plastic Putty, or thined Vallejo putty, slowly built back up then sanded.

Midle to small, Perfect or Vallejo Putty, then sanded when cured.

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i like the revell filler in a tube, seems quite smooth

if i need something extra hard then its super glue and talc powder

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