clivethecelt wrote:Been using this on some ceiling board junctions, and then ... this would be good for modelling. Seems to take paint well, is fairly flexible, and dead easy to apply from a gun (and cheap - £1.98 for 380ml at B&Q). I've been using it on a marching fort project (no pics yet), and it seems to be easy to shape when it's drying slightly, too. Anyone use this for basing? Comes in white, magnolia and brown, so I'm thinking it'll do for lots of different periods and milieu.
Targa wrote: Shout to your wife from the other room: "Honey, come see my brilliant white caulk."
Cubster wrote:Targa wrote: Shout to your wife from the other room: "Honey, come see my brilliant white caulk."
When I tried that my wife just shouted back, "I've seen it enough over the years and it's not that brilliant, nor is it white."
I have no idea what she meant.
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