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Thread: Bloody, Mangled, Corpsified Bucky

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    Shellac might have more of a chance of cracking if you have to or want to move it a lot. Monster makers makes 2 products that work well: Perma Wet and a newer product Flex-Gloss Coat. Just used some of the Flex Gloss the other day and must say I really like it almost more than the Perma Wet, and it goes a long way. Only used about 2 tbsp of it to coat an entire full head mask with a chip brush.

    http://www.monstermakers.com/categor...coatings.html/

    I attached 2 (not the greatest from cell phone) pics of the mask I just used it on below. It dried perfectly clear (the whitish spots are reflection). I painted and did the "vine" on the mask (can' take credit for the sculpt...that was Dave Greathouse of Precinct 13/Creature Corps)

    Mike "Pogo" Hach
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    -Mike "Pogo" Hach
     

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    Shellac will possibly crack but that amber tinge will actually help knock out areas where it is too red.
    Take a pic with a flash so you know what I mean. The shellac will give it an even nastier look.
     

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    Well my main thing is to seal it, there are a few areas where the paint could possibly crack so I want to make sure I have a good sealant over it that won't crack. I airbrushed some Liquitex over it yesterday, and I am going to see how that worked.
     

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    looks really good!
     

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    Thanks everyone! The liquitex worked really well to seal it, I actually use a combination of it and Plasti-Dip spray seal.
     

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    what did you use for the guts?
     

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    Great Stuff
     

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    Awsome work there Goat.
     

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    Nice mask there Jax.....even if someone else did the sculpt. lol
     

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