After being told I could buy Liquid Green Stuff to fix some casting defects, I stubbornly refused to buy any
But on reflection having some seems like a good idea for doing bases and little things where mixing regular green stuff is excessive. Since Green Stuff is a fairly generic term, is there any similar products out there? How do they compare?
Ideally I'm looking for something bigger than the 12ml bottles and with a fine nozzle so that I don't need a brush to apply (it must ruin the brush, right?)
Similar properties as Liquid Greenstuff - acrylic paste with bulking filler.
I still use an old paintbrush to apply, but it cleans up with water.
Or try Tamiya filler, diluted with acetone to brush on (aggressive solvent - use with caution).
“When the Missionaries arrived, the Africans had the land and the Missionaries had the Bible. They taught us how to pray with our eyes closed. When we opened them, they had the land and we had the Bible.” - Kenyatta
With thin gaps like seams thicker CA glue will do the job. Otherwise I can recommend Gel Medium. Just be sure to run some water on your finger, and then smooth the area of the stuff down. It will keep brush strokes.